Subject: Re: fix for broken Win32 build (7-10)
From: sam th (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jul 12 2000 - 01:40:55 CDT
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On Wed, 12 Jul 2000, Michael D. Pritchett wrote:
> Thanks for the file. Can you import it? I am unable to. If it can't be
> imported, I can't test it for the preview. My systems says it is an invalid
> SVG format. I checked through the code and according to the code it is not
> a valid SVG file. I am not that familiar with the SVG format, but from my
> reading our import code needs some checking. Unfortunately, I don't have
> time at the moment. Perhaps later I can get to it.
I'm pretty sure it's a valid svg file. I know that Justin's code does not
actually display SVG files, it just has one hardcoded green diamond. I'm
not sure if that's what's causing the problem.
A small SVG file is:
<svg width="4cm" height="8cm">
<ellipse cx="2cm" cy="4cm" rx="2cm" ry="1cm" />
It should work in our code (the size should even be right, even though you
still see the diamond).
Also, the W3C SVG Working Group released a new spec  on 6/29, so we
will need to check to see that everything still works. The example is
from said spec, but it's pretty trivial. For a list of changes, see .
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