Re: Nodebox and Shoebot
This sounds great. I started a bot to do something like this (attached:screentest.py) when I was messing
with paths in shoebot. It's probably not structured how we would want a final test to be, but it does have a
couple of tests:
1. translation and rotations effecting the background in shoebot
2. differences in line thickness
...some other things I can't remember :)
Try running it in shoebot and nodebox to see the differences, in particular the stuff around the border only
happens in shoebot.
I stopped messing with this as I saw the wisdom of using lib2geom :) ...speaking of which, inkscape 0.47 has
just been released - I haven't checked, but there should probably be a lib2geom to accompany it, so it's
probably worth pursuing this again (plus the devs should be a little less busy now their release is out).
Nodebox2 certainly looks interesting, (more wysiwyg using jython, + they fixed rotation to be clockwise).
lol, don't worry about apologies for me - I've mostly been waiting for inkscape 0.47 to come out (and
+ starting lots of projects, as for finishing them.. thats another story... :)
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From: ricardo lafuente <r <at> sollec.org>
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Sent: Mon, November 30, 2009 2:52:20 PM
Subject: [shoebot-devel] Nodebox and Shoebot