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Command Line – Converting SVG’s

Command Line - Converting SVG'sDoh!

A couple days ago I mentioned that I’d be writing about converting svg’s from the command line… yesterday. This porous gooey noodle at times steers adrift however and the pen forgot about the partchment. Thankfully though I awoke today and the replacement that at times gets loaned to me recalled.

:)

Previously, I had used Gimp to convert .svg's to .png's, but I found that a line to Inkscape from the command line can do it nice and quick:

inkscape noggin.svg --export-png=noggin.png -w96 -h86

Inkscape also can do pdf's, and eps's. Some examples can be found on website Inkscape

Forgiven hopefully Iam.

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