Posts Tagged ‘svg’

Lasem git repository

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Since gnome has finished its SVN to git conversion, I’ve created a repository for lasem on git.gnome.org.

Here’s the direct link:

http://git.gnome.org/cgit/lasem/

I still have to ask for a mailing list and a bugzilla product…

GMathml is dead, long live Lasem

Saturday, April 11th, 2009

Since GMathml is no longer only a MathML library, but can also render SVG now, I have renamed it to Lasem. The name comes from the city of Lasem, known for its batik manufactures. It could be the acronym for “Library for Awesome SVG and Exceptional MathML”. But to be honest, it’s more an acronym for “Library for Awful SVG and Eccentric MathML”.

Only a really small subset of SVG 1.1 is supported for now. Here’s some samples of what can do Lasem:

paths-data-02-t

paths-data-02-t

pservers-grad-06-b

pservers-grad-06-b

coords-trans-01-b

coords-trans-01-b