SVG to PDF/PS/PNG converter based on Cairo
CairoSVG is a SVG converter based on Cairo. It can export SVG files to PDF, PostScript and PNG files. The main part of CairoSVG is a SVG parser, trying to follow the SVG 1.1 recommandation from the W3C. Once parsed, the result is drawn to a Cairo surface that can be exported to various formats: PDF, PostScript, PNG and even SVG.
20 March 2013
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