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 <> wrote:
I think that this would be very similar to the Povray output extension, pov-out.cpp.
Someone might look there  for a simple example of how to output the svg tree
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 <>, here <> or here <>.
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 <> 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?


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