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Sun, 9 Nov 2003 23:35:45 +0100 (CET)
I'm in the process of writing a library named GOOD.
GOOD stands for GNUstep Object Oriented Diagramming.
It is a library that aims to provide GNUstep developer a way to add MODERN
diagramming capabilities to their own application.
One interesting feature of the library is to handle SVG shapes.
Do you know how I can render SVG object and integrate it to GOOD with
I have several solutions :
- xsvg built on top of CairoGraphics (SVG renderer for X)
-librsvg from the gnome project
-batik ( from the apache project)
Any idea on that subject (How is the best way to render SVG ?)
I've checked out the code of SVGViewer written by alexm but it seems not to be
Please find a canvas code of GOOD framework at the following URL:
All idea and help are welcomed.
IRC login: Cheek
Frédéric LOUI <=
- Re: GOOD, Alexander Malmberg, 2003/11/09