See also SVG User Documentation for more information.
These examples illustrate a number of issues relating to conversion
As can be seen most of the specific issues are handled.
You will need Acrobat 5.0 to see transparency.
For most output formats in FOP the SVG is simply drawn into
an image with Batik.
For PDF there are a set of classes to handle drawing the
GVT (Graphic Vector Toolkit)
into PDF markup.
These are the relevant classes, found in the package org.apache.fop.svg :
used for drawing onto a Graphics2D into an existing pdf document, used
internally to draw the svg.
used to create a pdf document and inherits from PDFGraphics2D to do the
rest of the drawing. Used by the transcoder to create a standalone pdf
document from an svg. Can be used independantly the same as any Graphics2D.
used by Batik to transcode an svg document into a standalone pdf, via
Batik can convert ttf to svg font.
This svg font could be converted into a pdf stroked font
(type 3 font).