Re: [svg-developers] SVG Optimization (UPDATE)
- * Joseph wrote:
>As you know, it is an academic research (dissertation) which means theThere is http://esw.w3.org/topic/SvgTidy as Holger pointed out last
>writing part investigating the topic of interest is important.
>Therefore, I have been writing about the topic of interest
>investigating the possible optimizations methods or techniques. I have
>also been looking for any available SVG optimization tools but have
>found only few; SVGSimplify and SodiPodi. If you know any more than
>that, please let me know!
time, though the primary goal is to optimize for standards-compliance,
compatibility, and post-processing (with tools and by hand). There is
also http://esw.w3.org/topic/SvgTidy/Snippets which is a proof of con-
cept cleanup snippet to remove redundant presentation attributes and
to convert CSS styles into presentation attributes.
>The processing will be pipelined! There are different optimizationSounds good, this would certainly help integrating your code into SVG
>needs for each one of us therefore it is good to provide a tool that
>can be configured differently depending on the needs. I will be
>cutting down the optimization in small bits, each of which will be
>responsible for one optimization, say; combining paths or reduce
Tidy. You'd ideally write this in ECMAScript as that is most portable
among viewers and you really want to re-use much of the SVG-specific
features they provide through the SVG DOM or proprietary APIs.
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