Sodipodi is a general purpose vector drawing application which uses a subset of W3C SVG as its file format. It uses an advanced imaging engine with antialiased display, alpha transparency, and vector fonts.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Editors Vector-Based|
Release Notes: This release adds support for path composition operations (union, intersection, and subtraction). XML handling is better, with support for CDATA nodes, the xml:space attribute, and arbitrary namespaces. The freehand tool is now based on a calligraphic line algorithm that should give better experience. There are many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a separate slideshow program, in-place support for complex input methods, a 'repeat last action' method, and various other enhancements and bugfixes. Windows builds can now be compiled with Unicode charset support instead of multibyte.
Release Notes: This is first release in many months, thus incorporating numerous bugfixes. Most notably, the build system should now be much more reliable in picking up XFT/fontconfig libraries, so hopefully the 'missing fonts' problem is gone. In addition, this release has better support for GTK+ themes, new SVG icons, uses native dialogs under KDE and Windows, has more reliable printing, and many other little enhancements.
Release Notes: A fix for an annoying bug that caused full screen to update instead of only the changed area, a new variable-size, Gaussian-distribution dropper tool, and a new commandline argument to make SVG icons default without recompiling.
Release Notes: Path corruption in node editing has been fixed. <mask>, <clipPath>, and <symbol> have been implemented. Viewport and alignments in <svg> have been implemented. Incorrectly interpreted rectangle corners have been fixed. The slideshow works again.