[Sugar-devel] SVG performance
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Thu Dec 11 12:00:43 EST 2008
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On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 8:36 AM, Jonas Smedegaard <dr at jones.dk> wrote:
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> On Tue, Dec 09, 2008 at 03:39:53AM -0500, Bernie Innocenti wrote:
> >Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> >>> It seems GDK supports SVG through a loader plugin. Can we put the
> >>> blame on librsvg for this slowness? Are there alternative SVG
> >>> renderers we could try?
> >> There's wxSVG, using libagg: http://www.wxsvg.org/
> >> It has Python bindings, it seems.
> >Could you do some benchmarking between the two?
> >I'm not sure we'd ever want to add a dependency on libagg and
> >wxWindows, but it would give an idea of how good or bad our current
> >stack is.
> >The gnash folks, for instance, report huge performance gains by
> >switching from cairo to antigrain.
> Sorry, it is above my head: I stranded at what sems to be a need to
> regenerate Python wrapper code using SWIG.
> If anyone's interested in this, I'd be happy to pass on my experiences
> until I stranded.
> - Jonas
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