#ruby-lang - Fri 23 Mar 2007 between 20:34 and 20:41

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Xifyeah, me too, I guess the solution is to get Gnash up to speed.
Aria.oO(I care about 5%)
kbrooksCan I talk?
Xifwell, it's our 5% :)
AriaWell, or wait for the integration of the OS code into Mozilla.
Tamarin et al.
Xifnever heard of it
AriaGoogle. It's a good read.
apeirospynsa, without debate, could you just tell me your usecase? (if I start to debate you can simply ignore me ;-)
Xifanyways, /me wonders whether SVG can replace Flash
AriaMe oto.
er. Me too.
Xifas a technology, I don't particularly Flash more than any of you do.
kbrooksxif: no, it cant
svg is static
Xifi.e. the way it is implemented, etc.
kbrooksnot dynamic
apeiroskbrooks, in what regard?
kbrooksapeiros, in the XML regard.
Aphelionkbrooks: .....it is?
apeiroskbrooks, and?
Aphelionkbrooks: dont tell adobe
XifAria: are you sure the Tamarin thing (as cool as it obviously is) will affect low-level sound issues with Flash?
kbrooksapeiros, thats subjective
apeirosyou mean you can't use javascript and modify the dom?
kbrooksapeiros, its just my subjective opinion
AriaYeah, I think it will, since it basically means Flash gets integrated with Mozilla. And is open. Meaning someone who cares can fix it.
apeirosyou mean you can't use any language that can output text to dynamically generate svg?
or what do you mean kbrooks when you say it's not dynamic?
Xifah, I see
kbrooksapeiros: it doesnt feel dynamic
apeiroshu?
kbrooksit feels frozen in text ...
Apheliontutorial on doing animations using svg: http://www.adobe.com/svg/dynamic/transformations.html
apeirosyay
you mean you have no tools that let you easily create svg stuff?
kbrooksapeiros, guess so
Aphelionfor what most people use flash for, i think svg+js could work... maybe
<_<
apeirossvg itself has ways to describe animations

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