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I want to build an vector based linux application. I'm currently use GTK+/C++. Is it even possible to bind a SVG (or other vector format) as the front end to ...
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    Vector frontend C++ app


    I want to build an vector based linux application. I'm currently use GTK+/C++. Is it even possible to bind a SVG (or other vector format) as the front end to a app that would run on X11 (or other)?

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    I don't know the answer to your question but according to the forum rules, you cannot cross post:
    Cross posting is not permitted (ie, posting your question more than once in more than one forum section) - Please post your question ONLY once in the section you feel is most appropriate. Any duplicates will be removed without warning. If you post and dont receive a reply after 12 hours feel free to bump (post in the SAME thread) again. If you feel the need to bump a thread it can sometimes be helpful to include any more relevant information if you have any to hand
    Just a helpful hint.

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    Well at least you know one thing.

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