Re: RE: RE: RE: SVG support
- From: Cyrille Chepelov <cyrille chepelov org>
- To: dia-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: RE: RE: RE: SVG support
- Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 16:26:23 +0100
Le Thu, Mar 27, 2003, à 04:15:30PM +0100, Jeroen ten Berge a écrit:
I'm at work and forced to use outlook with exchange, so I'm the one
having a crappy MUA, sorry ;-)
Bummer. Not your fault indeed; I'll try to be careful in threads you're
define their own) shapes anymore.
So if i understand correctly, the shapes are not defined using a
subset of the DIA DOM ?
Well, I've got a bit of a barbarian approach to XML terminology, but indeed,
shapes don't follow the same DTD as regular dia files. They're rather a thin
coating of dia-specific metadata around SVG (we have another DTD in use, for
(less code, better code).
Probably, sounds like there's a lot to do on that... Interested in helping
with that ? I now all about SVG1.1 DOM, so i can help with that, now there
are more basic shapes than before...
I'm interested in helping, no doubt. As for actual capability (time & etc)
for more C than English, that's another story...
How old and widespread is SVG1.1? It may pay off for the moment to remain
quite conservative in the export code (while of course, I see no reason to
not support the latest and greatest on the import side).
I suggest you have a close look at plug-ins/svg-(imp|exp)ort and
objects/shapes, so you have a rough idea of what's out there, before we
start talking about repainting the sky in blue (not that I'd mind seeing
some blue sky sometimes).
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