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From Thomas E Deweese <thomas.dewe...@kodak.com>
Subject RE: getting/setting transforms
Date Wed, 07 Nov 2001 21:07:08 GMT
>>>>> "DA" == Danny Ayers <danny666@virgilio.it> writes:

>> On Monday 05 November 2001 21:32, Danny Ayers wrote:
>>> >The SVG DOM is not implemented yet, which is why you are getting
>>> >the "TODO" exception.
>>> It's ok to put unimplemented features in the javadoc then?  "TODO"
>>> came to me like a "road closed" sign 10 miles after
>>> turning onto the road...

>> The SVG DOM comes from the W3C and not the batik team. You could
>> not implement w3c SVG DOM API without having all the methods in our
>> implementation (even partial).

DA> I was working from "Batik API Specification" (as the Javadoc is
DA> titled) and used a method documented there, but not, as noted,
DA> implemented. It seems I misunderstood the purpose of this
DA> documentation. Is there a list anywhere of what parts of the API
DA> specified has/has not been implemented?

    We have to provide all the methods in our implementation hence
they will all appear in the JavaDoc.  Perhaps it would be useful to
add 'Unimplemented' to the standard W3C method description (I think it
is good to keep the W3C description of the method).  

   Patch anyone? :)

DA> Cheers, Danny.

DA> PS. Don't get me wrong - I think Batik is marvellous!


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