When using the SVG namespace (http://www.w3.org/2000/svg) SVG will not render, but when using Mozilla's SVG namespace (http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.svg) SVG will render on an SVG-enabled build. The file (line) to be modified may be http://lxr.mozilla.org/seamonkey/source/layout/svg/content/src/nsSVGAtoms.cpp#30 Will post a testcase when I get the time to write one.
Expected results: In the first attachment (SVG using W3C namespace) a black 10px by 10px box should render in a blue border. In the second attachment (SVG using mozilla.org namespace) a collapsed blue border should render (and nothing else). Actual results: The first attachment renders as a collapsed blue border and the second renders as a 10px by 10px black box in a blue border.
The namespace stuff is fixed as part of bug 80142 (which will hopefully be checked in in the next few days), but the testcases don't work anyway - I just get a white box with a blue border for both of them. I'll look into this...
Depends on: 80142
actually, the reason you don't see anything is because you haven't specified a fill, and the stylesheet you've referenced isn't findable from within bugzilla. If I add style="fill: black" to the <polygon> then I see the box in the upper left corner (with the patches) The invalid namespace also works, but will probably be pulled out at some point soon - its just there for backwards compatability.
Sorry, I forgot to mention that this was for Mozilla 0.8.1, the newest SVG build I have access to. (Build ID: 2001032722)
Right - its not checked in yet. Hopefully it will be by 0.9.1.
this is fixed no?
Fixed by SVG merge.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
in-testsuite- since this will be covered by most other SVG tests.
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