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--- Quote from: dbannon on January 17, 2022, 12:17:12 am ---
--- Quote from: 440bx on January 17, 2022, 12:14:01 am ---.....
I didn't know Thaddy was your father ;)

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Here, I'll do it for you Thaddy.  >:(   >:(   >:(   >:(   >:(   >:(   >:(

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I'm glad you did that for him... every time he gets grumpy, I worry he is damaging his perfection but, he normally uses the little red devils with the pitch fork... you missed the pitch fork... you gotta correct that or he might grumpy at you for not getting it right :)  he seems  quite attached to his pitch fork. :)

Strewth, I'd rather not risk that. Last time he got mad at me he called me a Windows User, still has not apologized ....

For Thaddy -  >:D   >:D   >:D   >:D

(Seriously, Thaddy, we appreciate you knowledge, we really do !)

Everyone, please, would you please come back to the topic of the thread? I'd say that alaa123456789 would appreciate that as well.


--- Quote from: engkin on January 16, 2022, 10:11:55 pm ---
I did some more tests and this library, librsvg-2-2, fails with some files. At this point you better use something else, or if you insist try to get a newer version. The one I have is over 10 years old. But again, I don't see the point. Either way when you test the code, try to use a simple svg file.

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hi engkin , yes it failed here are all the errors

--- Quote ---Compile Project, Target: project1.exe: Exit code 1, Errors: 5
project1.lpr(24,1) Error: Undefined symbol: rsvg_init
project1.lpr(24,1) Error: Undefined symbol: rsvg_handle_new_from_file
project1.lpr(24,1) Error: Undefined symbol: rsvg_handle_get_pixbuf
project1.lpr(24,1) Error: Undefined symbol: rsvg_handle_close
project1.lpr(24,1) Error: Undefined symbol: rsvg_term

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thanks for your time

Give fpvectorial a try.


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