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RE: CSIRO viewer question...

From: Paul Rainville <paul.rainville@infomove.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2001 11:01:06 -0700
Message-ID: <424C0C70AFB28541BE4C5C678575764295FE26@SRVMAIL.infomove.com>
To: "'Dean Jackson'" <dean.jackson@cmis.csiro.au>, Chris Lilley <chris@w3.org>
Cc: Paul Rainville <paul.rainville@infomove.com>, "'svg-testsuite-comments@w3.org'" <svg-testsuite-comments@w3.org>, Dean Jackson <dean@w3.org>
Dean, Chris,

Thank you both for your replies.  I look forward to seeing what various SVG
viewers have to offer.

SVG is exciting in itself, but I am particularly interested in the
functionality/availability of viewers for mobile environments/platforms.
SVG appears to be an efficient means of transporting grapical information to
environments where bandwidth and storage capacity are at a premium.

-Paul

-----Original Message-----
From: Dean Jackson [mailto:dean.jackson@cmis.csiro.au]
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2001 22:58
To: Chris Lilley
Cc: Paul Rainville; 'svg-testsuite-comments@w3.org'; Dean Jackson
Subject: Re: CSIRO viewer question...


On Sat, 21 Jul 2001, Chris Lilley wrote:

> 
> 
> Paul Rainville wrote:
> > 
> > Do you have separate stats for CSIRO's viewer provided in the SVG
Toolkit
> > and their Pocket SVG Viewer?  They recently turned out a new beta
version of
> > the Pocket SVG Viewer (more recently than 2001-1-27).
> 
> No, not yet, but I agree that it would be good to test the PocketPC
> Viewer  as well as the SVG Toolkit.
> 
> Dean, did you mention that the Pocket SVG viewer would run on an
> emulator?

Paul, Chris,

The Pocket SVG viewer runs in the emulator, which I believe is
a free (although large) download from Microsoft.

We plan to put our testsuite results in the implementation report
for the next testsuite release (if there is room).

We are toying with ideas for the Java viewer - maybe stripping it
down to support a well defined subset of SVG 1.0 - but resources
are *really* tight at CSIRO (people-wise).

Dean
Received on Tuesday, 24 July 2001 14:01:16 UTC

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