From: Daniel Taylor <DanT<aylor@we...> - 2004-07-04 19:20:32
inkscape-user@... schrieb am 03.07.04 23:25:20:
> On Sat, 2004-07-03 at 13:10, bulia byak wrote:
> > Your script adds newlines between <text> and <tspan>. Within <text>,
> > whitespace is meaningful and is displayed as text. Note that Inkscape,
> > when creating <text>, does not leave any extra whitespace inside.
> Also note that these documents all specify xml:space="preserve", which
> affects the way SVG interprets whitespace ("preserve" causes text to be
> treated in the same way as HTML's <pre> tag does).
Thanks for the responses, they have helped! I have since fixed the bug by switching to a different XML renderer that doesn't add all that extra whitespace. Because the output is rather ugly, I may write my own output module at some point, but for now this solution works. I'm glad it wasn't a problem with Inkscape ;)
> As far as I can tell, in this example Inkscape is correct -- if librsvg
> is not respecting xml:space, then that is a librsvg bug.
Ok, I've given the librsvg developers a heads up about the issue, so hopefully it will be fixed at some point :)
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