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As I wrote before, finally I manage to correctly handle the stroke and fill in wpg2odg. The result can be witnessed in the following screenshot:

The two landscape pictures opened inside OpenOffice.org are in OpenDocument Graphics (ODG) format, converted from the corresponding WPGs (which are shown in Corel Presentation on the left side).

There are still bugs on some corner cases. When I clean this up, then I’ll commit everything so that it’s ready for public testing.

  • Anonymous

    Hi,

    I’ve just seen, that Ted Gould wrote an Inkscape extension to open wpg-files with your libwpg. But he can’t get it to open any WPG files.

  • Anonymous

    Hi,

    I’ve just seen, that Ted Gould wrote an Inkscape extension to open wpg-files with your libwpg. But he can’t get it to open any WPG files.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09173120954490672760 André Somers

    Why does the air look so different in the ODG version of the right image? It seems to me conversion is not 100% yet.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09173120954490672760 André Somers

    Why does the air look so different in the ODG version of the right image? It seems to me conversion is not 100% yet.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03121582140059106015 Ariya Hidayat

    Anonymous: I will have a look

    André Somers: yes, it’s not 100% yet and there are still bugs…

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03121582140059106015 Ariya Hidayat

    Anonymous: I will have a look

    André Somers: yes, it’s not 100% yet and there are still bugs…

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03121582140059106015 Ariya Hidayat

    Anonymous: I have talked with Ted. That extension works. Yes, Inkscape can open WPG files now .

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03121582140059106015 Ariya Hidayat

    Anonymous: I have talked with Ted. That extension works. Yes, Inkscape can open WPG files now .