hello everyone at inkscape! first, let me thank you all for the great work.
i am using inkscape to produce assets for flash animation. recently, i have
turned to swfmill for converting svg to swf. in swfmill, the svg is first
transformed into an xml dialect resembling swf structures (swfml), which is
then converted to swf.
while trying to include more svg features, i thought that maybe it would be
easier to generate the swfml in inkscape, where the data is already
available in code.
would anyone be in favour or support the idea of exporting swfmill
compatible xml from inkscape?
or do the ming based swf export patches already work well enough to make
i would try this, but would probably need some support and advice.
On 9/18/06, Gerrit . <g99k@...> wrote:
> would anyone be in favour or support the idea of exporting swfmill
> compatible xml from inkscape?
> or do the ming based swf export patches already work well enough to make
> this obsolete?
AFAIK, we don't yet have any working SWF export, by ming or otherwise.
Adding it will be very welcome. If you do it via swfmill, it would be
perfect - swfmill is free software so we can include it into Inkscape
distribution and thus get a working SVG export.
Writing a new export extension for Inkscape is not too difficult,
though not trivial either. You may want to try looking at the PS
export code in src/extension/internal/ps.cpp.
Inkscape. Draw Freely.