Release Notes: This release adds support for path composition operations (union, intersection, and subtraction). XML handling is better, with support for CDATA nodes, the xml:space attribute, and arbitrary namespaces. The freehand tool is now based on a calligraphic line algorithm that should give better experience. There are many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a separate slideshow program, in-place support for complex input methods, a 'repeat last action' method, and various other enhancements and bugfixes. Windows builds can now be compiled with Unicode charset support instead of multibyte.
Release Notes: This is first release in many months, thus incorporating numerous bugfixes. Most notably, the build system should now be much more reliable in picking up XFT/fontconfig libraries, so hopefully the 'missing fonts' problem is gone. In addition, this release has better support for GTK+ themes, new SVG icons, uses native dialogs under KDE and Windows, has more reliable printing, and many other little enhancements.
Release Notes: A fix for an annoying bug that caused full screen to update instead of only the changed area, a new variable-size, Gaussian-distribution dropper tool, and a new commandline argument to make SVG icons default without recompiling.
Release Notes: Path corruption in node editing has been fixed. <mask>, <clipPath>, and <symbol> have been implemented. Viewport and alignments in <svg> have been implemented. Incorrectly interpreted rectangle corners have been fixed. The slideshow works again.
Release Notes: This release has been ported to the Gtk+ 2 widget set, removes the GNOME dependencies, makes gnome-print optional, and adds initial support for the Win32 environment.
Release Notes: This version includes major rendering and editing speedups. The XML editor dialog is now fully dynamic and has a much better layout. Fonts can be specified while bypassing the gnome-print font database, thus getting real vertical metrics. Line patterns and different gradient spread modes are also supported.
Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix release, ironing out rough corners left from 0.25. It now works on locales using ',' as a decimal separator, and writes the DTD correctly. Feature enhancements include in-place text editing, plain SVG saving mode, a recently opened files list, and fill-rule modification.
Release Notes: The text object now conforms to the SVG specification. A global cleanup of styles and units was done. Star, spiral, and arc tools were added. Autotrace and vertical text layout are now supported.
Release Notes: This is an experimental release, so expect lot of new bugs. The most noteworthy new features are gradients, dynamic dialogs, emergency saves, much improved handles, better line drawing code, and near complete grid/guideline snapping.