David Gowers wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 12:35 PM, Programmer In Training 
> <p...@joseph-a-nagy-jr.us <mailto:p...@joseph-a-nagy-jr.us>> wrote:
>     I was looking at the changelog for 2.7 and I still don't see GIMP moving
>     any closer to supporting SVG (which is quickly becoming not-so-rare).
>     I'd rather not have to go to another tool to create SVGs (I would like
>     to move my website to exclusively using SVGs and only serving up PNGs to
>     browsers that don't support SVG yet). The SVG Export tool does not work
>     (I followed the directions to the "T" the last time I tried it and all
>     it did was crash GIMP).
> SVG is a vector format, not a raster format; GIMP is a raster image 
> editor. Why should GIMP support SVG export? At least, there seems no 
> advantage in using GIMP over using Inkscape to make SVGs, and many 
> disadvantages.

I know SVG is a vector format.

Why? Well for one I think GIMPs interface is superior to that of 
Inkscape. That for me makes all the difference.
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