[Libre-soc-bugs] [Bug 389] Review all diagrams on wiki for translation into SVG

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Fri Jun 19 23:56:41 BST 2020


--- Comment #5 from Cole Poirier <colepoirier at gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton from comment #3)

> i think really it needs redoing.  the reason for SVG is so that there are no
> bitmaps which cannot be edited.
> the main thing is, moving and adjusting bitmaps is awful.
> those images are bitmap based.  moving things around i literally had to cut
> out a block, put it in, and then fuzz over the edges.  this clearly wastes
> time and looks a mess.  and is unclear.

Ok that makes a lot of sense, I agree the bitmaps are ugly and waste time, will
get the ball rolling on this with Elle tomorrow.

> hollow seems to be standard.  just use the wikimedia SVGs, scale them as
> necessary (but keep size consistent throughout)   in some diagrams the
> outline of the gate is coloured, matching the wires that go in and out, and
> it is really clear and easy to track "read dependencies" for example because
> everything associated with that is in green.

Thanks for this clarification and the 'standard' svg wire diagram symbols

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