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Sodipodi running on Debian GNU/Linux
0.34 / February 11, 2004
|Operating system||Linux, Microsoft Windows|
|Type||Vector graphics editor|
|License||GNU General Public License|
Sodipodi started as a fork of Gill, a vector-graphics software written by Raph Levien. The main author was Lauris Kaplinski, and several other people contributed to the project. The project is no longer under active development, having been succeeded by Inkscape, a 2003 fork of Sodipodi. Sodipodi means "mish mash" or "hodgepodge" in Estonian child-speak.
The primary design goal of Sodipodi was to produce a usable editor for vector graphics, and a drawing tool for artists. Although it used SVG as its native file format (including some extensions to hold metadata), it was not intended to be a full implementation of the SVG standard. Sodipodi imports and exports plain SVG data, and can also export raster graphics in PNG format. The user interface of Sodipodi is a Controlled Single Document Interface (CSDI) similar to GIMP.
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