[webkit-dev] SVG directories moving
macdome at opendarwin.org
Mon Jul 11 21:27:17 PDT 2005
In order to make cvs-create-patch faster (and in-xcode file search
results smaller) for those developers not interested in SVG
development, I will be moving the SVG directories into their own top-
level module WebCore+SVG. This will be along-side with the addition
of a checkout-svg script for checking out the pieces of this module
into the proper place (WebCore/ksvg2, WebCore/kdom, WebCore/kcanvas).
If you are not currently doing any SVG related development, this will
not affect you.
If you are doing SVG related development, you will have to run the
checkout-svg script in order to get a new (moved) copy of the SVG CVS
p.s. In addition to these changes, I will also be introducing a
number of small *temporary* SPI additions to WebCore+SVG, to allow
the use of several SVG test programs I have put together. I plan to
make these SPI additions tonight, after the cvs re-org, as well as
(if I have time) commit my various test programs into CVS so that you
all can start actually displaying SVGs on your own machines.
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