If you work with state machines a lot, you probably have dot files lying around.
If you're reading this, you probably use Sublime Text 3 as well :)
To be able to hit Ctrl+B and have a dot file you're working on rendered to disk:
1) Make sure you have the dot command line program in your path.
2) Install the DOT syntax highlighter via Package Control.
3) Click on Tools > Build System > New Build System. Copy paste the following lines and hit save.
"file_regex": "\\w+: (.+):([0-9]+): ()(.*)$",
"selector" : "source.dot",
This will render the dot file to disk.
You can change the type of file : JPEG: -Tjpeg, Postscript: -Tps. (change the extension to match)