Thanks for your quick answers.
I took a look at pov-out.cpp and .h at src/extensions/internal/ from the
SVN, Inkscape version 0.46. I saw that you are the author of this code.
I also compiled the entire Inkscape, but I could not find out how to test
exporting a Inkscape SVG drawing into a Pov-ray file. Should I enable it
during the ./configure phase?
On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 10:15 AM, Bob Jamison <rwjj@...> wrote:
> I think that this would be very similar to the Povray output extension,
> Someone might look there for a simple example of how to output the svg
> as something else.
> Also, Ted's XAML export is a good example of doing it via XSLT.
> Silveira Neto wrote:
>> Hi, that's my first message for this list, so let me introduce myself. My
>> name is Silveira Neto, I'm a brazilian student, last semester in computer
>> science. I'd like to say that I'm a happy Inkscape user, pleased to see all
>> improvements made recently.
>> I'm also a developer that uses a new, free and open technology for
>> creating RIA (Rich Internet Applications) called JavaFX. If someone is
>> interested in know more about JavaFX, you can see more here <
>> http://javafx.com/>, here <http://www.sun.com/software/javafx/index.jsp>
>> or here <https://openjfx.dev.java.net/>.
>> JavaFX is heavily graphicaly based and it's elements resembles much SVG
>> elements. In fact, the main creator of JavaFX created a tool <
>> that translates SVG to JavaFX.
>> I'd like to suggest a plugin for exporting Inkscape drawings to JavaFX, so
>> developers could draw with Inkscape, export and program the logic with
>> JavaFX. That extension just would have to export the drawing to a raw text
>> .jfx file. The syntax is quite simple <
>> https://openjfx.dev.java.net/learning.html> and I can help with it. I
>> guess that Inkscape extensions are made in Python, right? I'd like to know
>> where I can find more documentation about writing Inkscape extensions, I
>> know a little bit of Python, I could try it.
>> As JavaFX and SVG graphical entities are similar (like shapes, paints,
>> gradientes, paths, etc) you guys think that is possible to make such plugin
>> for Inkscape?
>> Someone would be interested in help me?
>> silveiraneto.net <http://silveiraneto.net>
>> eupodiatamatando.com <http://eupodiatamatando.com>