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Re^2: optical encoder

by jffry (Hermit)
on Mar 16, 2012 at 17:07 UTC ( [id://960023] : note . print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: optical encoder
in thread optical encoder

The SVG module seems to misspell the style attribute as "stlye".

From the output:

<svg xmlns="" xmlns:svg=" +000/svg" xmlns:xlink="" width="150 " height="150"><circle cx="75" cy="75" r="75" stlye="fill:none; stroke +: black; stroke-width: 1" />

Visio 2007 also doesn't recognize the xmlns:svg attribute, but I'm going to assume that is Visio's fault.

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Re^3: optical encoder
by moritz (Cardinal) on Mar 16, 2012 at 17:23 UTC

    The misspelling is right in the code I've posted, not in the module. In fact doesn't handle style specially in any way (though I've pondered it should).

    I've now actually tested the code, and this seems to work (the resulting SVG displays fine in firefox and inkscape).

    use v6; use SVG; my $r = 150 / 2; my @parts = :circle[ cx => $r, cy => $r, r => $r, style => 'fill:none; stroke: black; stroke-width: 1', ]; for 0, 2 ...^ 360 -> $degrees { my $rad = $degrees / 360 * 2 * pi; @parts.push: 'line' => [ x1 => $r, y1 => $r, x2 => $r + $r * cos($rad), y2 => $r + $r * sin($rad), style => 'stroke: black; stroke-width: 1', ]; } say SVG.serialize: 'svg' => [ width => 2 * $r, height => 2 * $r, @parts, ];

    As for the xmlns:svg declaration, that just means that the svg XML namespace is set up as being interpreted as SVG. This allows you (in theory) to do fun stuff like embedding <svg:rect ...> elements straight into XHTML. But even for browsers that support it, it is only supported if the document is delivered as application/xml+xhtml, which is generally no fun, because most IE versions don't render such documents, but offer them for download. </rant>