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I was wondering if there is any kind of standalone library that can render OG source to either PNG or PDF? I do a lot of documentation with Latex (for which I have makefiles) but also Confluence (which is a Java based wiki engine). I'd like to be able to author my diagrams with OG and then version control the source of the diagram and not the rendered result. I know that you can use AppleScript to automate the manipulation on OSX, but I was wondering if there was a platform neutral way to do this?

I know this sounds a bit like "Can I get OG to run on something other than OSX", but all I want is the rendering engine to run somewhere else, not the actual application.

Thanks for any pointers,

I would probably start by reaching for my copy of the XSLT Cookbook.

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