Actually, this is a different type of scripting, which
will likely eventually be available also. This type
would script Inkscape itself, basically extending its
functions, including the editing of a document.
An equivalent of this would be Gimp's Script-Fu. Yes,
providing a set of canned artistic effect scripts along
with Inkscape would be wonderful. I'm sure everyone
would like to see this, too.
ECMA binding would be more equivalent to DHTML,
making it an 'active' document.
Alan Horkan wrote:
>5) When done, throw everything away. Why? You
>probably don't want the script to modify the document
>you are editing.
want to use a script as a macro to change all the rects to ellipses (or
something) or otherwise add to the image and save the resulting page.
I've done this quite a bit to generate new web pages, but mozilla doesn't
make it easy if you want to see what you code (there is a buried protocol
called wyciwyg//:: which gives you the generated page that was briefly
exposed in some of the nightly builds and I found it very useful but they
buried it again within weeks).
patterns (svg <patterns> that is) without needing to use the <use> tag or
have lots of transformations, i like to try and specify abosolute
coordinates for everything.
Obviously it is not the correct default but hopefully you can make so that
it is possible to save the modified page?
Hope that makes sense