Seems that with http://www.inkscapeforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=12478 I found the right place. Now I'm faced with another error:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "sozi.py", line 30, in <module>
    from sozi.document import *
  File "/Applications/Inkscape.app/Contents/Resources/extensions/sozi/document.py", line 81
    self.layers = { l.attrib[group_attr] : SoziLayer(self, l) for l in self.xml.xpath("sozi:layer", namespaces=inkex.NSS) if group_attr in l.attrib }
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

Maybe it really is a Sozi issue? Any clues? Anybody working with Sozi on Mountain Lion?



| David Christian Berg
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On 29.10.2012, at 21:14, David Christian Berg <david@...407...> wrote:

Hey guys!

I haven't followed the development of Inkscape since a while. I still use it every now and then and now came across Sozi, which seems a great tool, worth checking out. Well unfortunately Sozi needs lxml support and I'm on Mountain Lion :-(

Can anybody point me to a how-to for making this work? I'm quite lost with trying googling for it.



| David Christian Berg
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On 25.08.2012, at 23:11, Gellule Xg <gellule.xg@...400...> wrote:

Hi ~suv,

I added lxml support to Inkscape.bundle (to be used by gtk-mac-bundler).
You must have it compiled in MacPorts beforehand.
Pushed to the branch:

Let me know if you find anything wrong.

Will be looking into the gtk-mac-integration next, if I have time.


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