SVGSlice is a simple tool which generates chopped up images from Inkscape SVG drawings. To figure out where to cut, SVGSlice can use Inkscape's built in guides (for simpler, grid-like cuts), or it can use a specially named "slices" layer that contains rectangles that mark areas to slice. Demo files showing both approaches are included.
|Tags||Internet Web multimedia Graphics Editors Vector-Based Raster-Based Graphics Conversion Artistic Software|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD OS Independent Mac OS X Linux Unix|
Release Notes: SVGSlice now works directly within Inkscape as an extension. Usage was simplified, removing guide-based slicing mode, so that rectangles on a slices layer is the only method users need to worry about.
Release Notes: The SVGGuideHandler has been updated to correctly parse files. The last release got mixed up with a slightly different copy, and this was broken as a result. Two more tests/examples have been added. The source code is documented much more heavily. There are more exception checks, better error reporting, and improvements to testing and debugging modes. There are improvements to coordinate checking and unit parsing. Unit conversion will be added soon; for now, make sure Inkscape uses one set of units throughout. There are other small changes and cleanups.
No changes have been submitted for this release.