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From "Boris Althaus" <>
Subject Re: SVG to SWF
Date Thu, 13 Nov 2003 11:53:55 GMT
Hello Joerg,

what kind of lince would be the right one.
Where can i take the approciate licence-text

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Joerg Heinicke 
  Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 10:46 AM
  Subject: Re: SVG to SWF

  On 13.11.2003 10:33, Boris Althaus wrote:

  > Hallo,
  > the demo on the website is dynamic!
  > You can change the sourcecode in the left window and after submitting, you will see
the changes in the right window.
  > Best experience you will have with InternetExplorer on pc, because the plugin for svg
does not work on other platforms.
  > It is developed with cocoon 2.04. The installation is not to easy, but i could give
some advice.
  > If it is integrated into Cocoons CVS would be great thing. 

  Thanks, Boris, for your reply. I tried a really simple thing: "Tiger" => 
  "Tier". The SVG is dynamic and has the change, on the flash there it is 
  still "Tiger". Is it only caching?

  You read the problem with the licensing? We can not redistribute GPL 
  code because of its viral aspects.


  >   ----- Original Message ----- 
  >   From: Joerg Heinicke 
  >   To: 
  >   Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003 6:40 PM
  >   Subject: Re: SVG to SWF
  >   On 12.11.2003 17:06, Stephan Michels wrote:
  >   >>I would like to use cocoon to convert simple svg images into swf format.
  >   >>looked into the source of /samples/hello-world/style/page2swf.xsl and it
  >   >>rather complex and cryptic. I have conducted investigation on the web and
  >   >>could not find any documentation with regards to using cocoon and the
  >   >>SWFSerializer.
  >   > 
  >   > 
  >   > There also exist an SVG to SWF serializer:
  >   > 
  >   >
  >   > 
  >   > I can't tell you if it works, but it might help.
  >   If it works, it's a really nice thing, but the demo on the website is 
  >   not dynamic. IMO it's worth to be integrated into Cocoon's CVS. 
  >   Furthermore I would even replace the current solution, because of a 
  >   readable XML input (SVG) in contrary to the current page2swf.xsl. But 
  >   it's GPLed until now, even if there is no need AFAICS. The used 
  >   JGenerator has "Apache style license". But I think it's possible to 
  >   speak with them.
  >   WDYT?
  >   Joerg

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