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From Joerg Heinicke <>
Subject Re: raster (jpeg, png) graphics in Batik SVG rasterizer under Cocoon
Date Sun, 01 Apr 2007 21:22:45 GMT
On 01.04.2007 23:05, Wendell Piez wrote:

> When serving SVGs with Cocoon, if I call a jpeg or PNG image into an SVG 
> file and the Cocoon sitemap is configured to deliver them, I can see 
> them just fine in the SVG in a browser. But when I pass the same SVG 
> through Batik's rasterizer under Cocoon to make a jpeg (or png), the 
> jpeg or png fails to be included, instead showing me a nice but alarming 
> placeholder image. (I can arrange for examples on request, and/or show 
> my sitemap.)
> When I run Batik standalone (as a client) and point them to the SVGs 
> (being delivered by Cocoon), it behaves just like any SVG browser, 
> displaying the jpeg or PNG and even offering me the rasterize 
> functionality. It's when it's running on the server that it doesn't work.
> Does anyone have any hints as to whether (and how) it's possible to get 
> Batik to resolve and include these images when rasterizing under Cocoon?

Hi Wendell,

can it be just a problem of source resolving? PDF and JPG/PNG 
serializers suffered from the lack of being able to resolve relative 
paths for ages. This was only recently fixed in the FOP NG block on 
trunk for PDF, but I don't know of any fix for Batik.


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