[cairo] image scaling in cairo, python

Wolfgang Lipp paragate at gmx.net
Sun May 25 06:24:51 PDT 2008


thanks for your efforts. i know that *.svg of yours, had it open in 
various prgs (including firefox, inkscape) and can't make a bit of sense 
out of it. all i get to see in either case is just something like a 
'scrap area' and various graphic elements lying around. it's very hard 
to use, too: find it, download it, unpack it, start an application, then 
follow your words of advice how to use it. a jocular german words for 
this is 'verschrönkelt', translates as 'convölüte'.

if you have things to tell about cairo, why not use plain html? would 
lower the barrier and get you indexed by google et al. at a lower 
maintenance cost. just my 2 cents. i mean if this is about svg then why 
not include some svgs right on that html page? smaller files == easier 
to understand.

cheers & ~flow

Donn wrote:
> On Sunday, 25 May 2008 14:00:09 Wolfgang Lipp wrote:
>> do you happen to know a site where people post useful recipes concerning 
> cairo / other graphics processing in pyhon (other than the obvious aspn
>> cookbook)? any comprehensive guide to caito / pycairo?
> You can try my own attempt to 'snapshot' pycairo on:
> http://www.akaafrica.com/wiki_new/index.php/CairoTutorial:The_files_are_here
> It's done in an SVG and your best shot is to use inkscape to view it.
> hth
> \d
> Fonty Python and other dev news at:
> http://otherwiseingle.blogspot.com/
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