rfcgraph is a simple Python script that uses Graphviz to generate a very large graph showing the relations between RFCs.
Green arrows indicate an update:
- "RFCx → RFCy" is read as "RFCx is updated by RFCy".
Red arrows indicate an obsoletion:
- "RFCx → RFCy" is read as "RFCx is obsoleted by RFCy".
To run rfcgraph, you'll need to get a copy of the RFC index XML file
rfc-index.xml from rfc-editor.org. Then run:
to see the usage.
Note that rfcgraph and graphviz are very memory intensive. On the order of 2-2.5GB of RAM is needed to generate the full graph.