From: Don Allingham <dallingham@us...> - 2002-03-02 02:34:33
Graphs and charts can now be generated in SVG (scalable vector graphics)
format. For those of you who are not aware, SVG is a new internet
standard for vector graphics (similar to PDF). Most web browsers
(including Mozilla) will be able to directly read and display this
format, allowing you to post graphical charts to the web.
Support is still preliminary. I have tested the SVG generation with the
GNOME SVG tool, sodipodi. It appears to work pretty well.
As a note - it appears that SVG does not support multipage documents.
For this reason, GRAMPS will generate a new file for each page.