Adam Smith wrote:=0D
> I did some more searching and found this: http://dxf2svg.sourceforge.net/=
> It's on sourceforge so you or somebody on the list is probably aware =0D
> of it. Is this a decent start?=0D
Looks like dxf2svg isn't ready for widespread use. Bit of a shame, but =0D
there we are.=0D
We had a discussion on DXF import in late March. There exists dxflib =0D
for reading DXF as an open-source project =0D
(http://dxflib.sourceforge.net/). However, no-one has written an SVG =0D
outputter based on this, which seems a shame. All the other converters =0D
I could find are commercial paid-for software. If I had more spare =0D
time, I'd write a DXF-to-SVG converter app. based on dxflib...=0D
There's an RFE for DXF import=0D
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