Notes on this version
I am not the original author of this library, Martin Loetzsch (http://www.martin-loetzsch.de/S-DOT) is.
This version (marked as 1.3) of the library is a patched version of the original one1 made to use some new uiop features, sb-ext:run-program if available and to pass its own tests (I was unable to make them pass them on my system).
Important note: I have switched from symbols to keywords for the DSL (i.e s-dot::'node -> :node).
A Common Lisp language binding for the graphviz 'dot' tool. See http://www.martin-loetzsch.de/S-DOT for details
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