[OS X TeX] Can SVG produce Tikz?

Alain Schremmer schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Thu Mar 27 06:55:23 EDT 2008

On Mar 27, 2008, at 1:52 AM, Jean-Claude DE SOZA wrote:

> You can find in the pgfmanual (2.0) at page 91, the chapter  
> "Producing HTML/SVG Output".
> pgf/tikz 2.0 is here: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php? 
> group_id=142562
> Jean-Claude DE SOZA
> Le 27 mars 08 à 01:56, Alain Schremmer a écrit :
>> WARNING: This is awfully OF TOPIC.
>> 1) I am still trying to figure out an easy way to code the  
>> illustrations of the magnum opus into the source code.
>> 2) Once upon a time, Ross showed on this list how to incorporate  
>> SVG code into a LaTeX document but the mechanism is a bit  
>> forbidding and all I did was to upload the SVG code produced by  
>> Intaglio along with the Intaglio graphics.
>> 3) I have been wistfully looking at the pgf manual for about a  
>> year now but I just noticed that Tikz can produce SVG (p.69) so  
>> the reverse would seem to be at least conceivable.

The subject was correct and I really meant to ask: "Can SVG produce  

In other words, I already have the SVG code and wish there were an  
easy way to turn it into Tikz code that I could then insert into the  
LaTeX code.

Sorry about the confusion.


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