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Sunday, 20 January 2008

Cairoglyphics version 2.0



Saved here, is an overview/tutorial/summary of the Cairo drawing library from a Python perspective done in a diagram form. If you want an at-a-glance overview which is followed-up by many details that fill-in the surrounding aspects, then this might do the job.

It's done as a single SVG file and I suggest you use Inkscape to open and view it. Zoom-in on the page and read the instructions about what fonts you'll need (It requires two faces, both free and widely available.)

Please download it, share it and put it on your own website!

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8 comments:

Alex said...

I don't see a download link, are you sure it is there?

Donn Ingle said...

Sorry Alex, I forgot to insert the link. I have fixed it now.

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Bob said...

hi.. the link to the svg file bz2 archive is dead, can you upload it to blogger/google docs space?

Donn Ingle said...

Bob - I will see what I can do. Will post another comment or a blog entry with the new details.

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Donn Ingle said...

Bob, see if you can get it from:
https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0ByXVQD8awBcLYjc2ZWVmZmItMDlmMi00MWUzLThkMTUtMzNhNTU0YjI3M2M2&hl=en

It's a tar.bz2 on google docs.

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DigitalOutback said...

The .ai file is not displaying correctly, with elements from the pages separated from each other. Would really like to see this, can you possibly save it as a pdf?

Donn Ingle said...

DigitalOutback,
Go see-
http://ingleink.co.za/Tutorials/Cairo/

I have them all there as image files.

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DigitalOutback said...

Sorted, thanks