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If you're doing the highlighting client-side (via rollovers) I'd just use the SVG DOM for it. Unfortunately perl doesn't have a fully capable SVG parser yet (though AxPoint contains an SVG path parser which you may find useful - that's probably the hardest part), so in order to get at those bits you're better off doing it client side.

Unlike HTML, SVG has a very stable client-side Javascript spec, and works very well in the Adobe viewer (using the mozilla javascript engine).

If that doesn't cover what you're after, then yes, parse with a SAX parser and extract the paths. I don't know how they'll be done in your SVG (there are various different ways in SVG to define a path).

The other thing to do is to hand-refine your SVG, so that each region is a <g> group. Then you can do funky things with those groups like enlarge and bring them forward as you mouse over them. There's been some good examples of this on XML.com.


In reply to Re: Interfacing Perl and SVG by Matts
in thread Interfacing Perl and SVG by Baz

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