Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 846613
exporting open rectangle to pdf/eps closes it
Last modified: 2013-08-01 13:57:34 EDT
Created attachment 602968 [details]
An open square inkscape file
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #732746 +++
When I draw an open rectangle and then export it to pdf or to eps, the pdf will be of a closed rectangle instead.
This is using:
Created attachment 602969 [details]
The buggy pdf output.
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Can you still reproduce this on the current cairo and inkscape in f17?
(In reply to comment #3)
> Can you still reproduce this on the current cairo and inkscape in f17?
Yes, in an updated F17 I open the attached file open.svg with Inkscape, and see the open rectangle with only three sides. Then I save it as open.pdf, and open the pdf with evince to see the closed rectangle with four sides.
Looks like there's an upstream bug, I've added myself to it.
Yup, updating cairo fixes the problem.
Bug present: inkscape 0.48.3.1, cairo 1.10.2, on Gentoo Linux
Bug *not* present: inkscape 0.48.3.1, cairo 1.12.2, on Gentoo Linux
This seems to be fixed on Fedora 18, currently with Inkscape 0.48.4 and cairo 1.12.8.
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