> <lachance-ecnahcal> Certain maps are designed to be read upside down. Can
> one not approach SVG as a set of graphic palindromic dragons (bunches of
> vectorial rays) with a scalable tail and multiheadedness with variable
> directionality? :Up: and :down: strokes may lead to the same glyph but by
> different paths. There is also the case of the boustrophedon to consider.
but the point is that SVG isn't extensible. It's PDF (not even
PostScript) expressed in XML.
It doesn't have inherent abstractness about things...
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