Description of problem: Tool fails to open .svg files.
Version-Release number of component: feh.x86_64 2.19.3-2.fc28
Steps to Reproduce in terminal:
1. # systemd-analyze plot > /home/user_name/systemd-analyze.svg
2. $ feh systemd-analyze.svg
feh WARNING: systemd-analyze.svg - No Imlib2 loader for that file format
feh: No loadable images specified.
See 'man feh' for detailed usage information
Actual results: Message error.
Expected results: Support for .svf format.
Are installed: imlib2.x86_64 1.4.9-6.fc28, ImageMagick.x86_64 1:22.214.171.124-1.fc28.
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Note that svg files are vector images and are very different from png and jpeg images (which are raster images). Vector support would need to be added upstream first (which I highly doubt would be supported). The best vector image viewers are likely to be your web browser or a dedicated tool like Inkscape.
That's worth knowing. Firefox and Inkscape have good licenses. All good.