[Clipart] [Bug 3347] PNG files not optimized

Elliott Bignell elliott.bignell at t-online.de
Sat Jul 15 00:06:06 PDT 2006

That brings me to a question: just how are floating points coordinates
handled when SVG is rendered? Are they just rounded to the nearest integer?
Is anti-aliasing applied?

Okay, that's two questions. C++ people can only count from 0 to n.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Dan Gerhards" <dan at seansastronomyshop.com>
To: <clipart at lists.freedesktop.org>
Sent: Saturday, July 15, 2006 1:36 AM
Subject: Re: [Clipart] [Bug 3347] PNG files not optimized

An SVG file can stay the same size, and you can lose data anyway. A
in the large file may be 3.4218, and in the small file, 0.0034. The same
number of characters are used, so the file is the same size. However,
precision is lost.


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