[NTG-context] SVG images
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Thu Jan 26 13:38:30 CET 2006
Cairo (www.cairographics.org) plus a librsvg development version
(librsvg.sourceforge.net) seem be able to produce pdf from svg but i
haven't tried it yet. You also need a bit of code.
On 1/26/06, Ville Voipio <ville.voipio at kpatents.com> wrote:
> I would need to embed some SVG images into a ConTeXt document. I have
> done some research on the topic, and the seemingly trivial task seems
> all but impossible.
> I found a few solutions, but none of them fits my needs:
> - I want to have my vector images in vector format (i.e., no
> - alpha-channel transparency is used in the images, and it should be
> present in the PDF file, as well (i.e., no Inkscape-to-EPS)
> - if I used commercial products, I would not use SVG (i.e., the
> converter should be open source)
> The images have been (will be) created with Inkscape. While being
> otherwise a surprisingly nice piece of software, Inkscape does not seem
> to export PDF for some reason or another (licencing, time, etc.).
> I have the impression I just ran out of luck. Did I?
> - Ville
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