This change sounds great, and porting back to 2.6.x sounds good too.
Over here, we do use SVG in some of our projects, but I didn't quite
understand it when you said that you would "break upgrades" for those
who use it.. What do you mean?
Andrea Aime wrote:
> today I've split the SVG symbols factory into its own plugin/svg
> module making the renderer module a lot lighter for those that do
> not need to use SVG and thus Batik.
> The modification was done on trunk only. The new module does not
> really bring any new functionality and has both 100%
> line and branch test coverage (ok, easy peasy, it's just two classes...)
> Two questions:
> - shall I backport the split to 2.6.x as well? I would break upgrades
> for those that are actually using SVG
> - the module name is probably not great, graphics-svg might be better,
> but for consistency I would have to use graphics-charts for the
> Eastwood chart based module
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