I'd like to revisit the issue of shipping Windows package with their
own Python/PyXML. By now I use Aaron's python extensions all the time,
they are immensely useful. Not as convenient as native solutions would
be, but still a lot of fun and an important part of my design work.
The current instructions page for Windows:
is way too scary for an average user. Python alone might be OK, but
PyXML on top of that is certainly too much. I think very few dedicated
users would venture into this.
So, what do you think about including a minimum Python/PyXML into the
Windows installer and enabling extensions by default? I think the file
size increase won't be intolerably big.
Inkscape. Draw Freely.
Tobias Jakobs wrote:
>>Inkscape and OCAL folk, do you think we should host this as an Inkscape
>>project, or an OCAL project, or open up a separate project for this? I'm
>>tempted to open a new separate project for this browser, as it is very
>>useful to OSS in general, yet, if we move the codebase too far away,
>>will the locus of attention be too far outside of our combined
>>** PLEASE give some feedback on what I jus proposed soon!!!! **
> I would say, its more OCAL than Inkscape related and I would like to see
> it in AbiWord, Gnumerik, Gimp, ... integrated too.
It would be nice to have it in all those apps, but we also need it on
all platforms where Inkscape run, so we can close RFEs like this (for an