Bug#778477: vim-common: vim.svg has non-square bounding box, appears distorted in GNOME Shell

James McCoy jamessan at debian.org
Tue Feb 24 02:35:29 UTC 2015

On Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 12:18:57AM +0000, Simon McVittie wrote:
> Here is the best procedure I've found, using the ghostscript and pdf2svg
> packages:

Thanks for the tip.  I'll definitely try this out.  I'm not very
familiar with these tools, so this is a big help.

> Converting EPS to PS seems to be the only way to fix the colour space
> (symptom of not doing that: the colours look muted). You can combine the
> other two steps into
>     inkscape --export-plain-svg=tmp.svg tmp.ps
> but inkscape is a fairly heavy build-dependency, so you might not want
> to do that,


> depending whether you use sbuild/pbuilder for the
> Architecture: all part of the build.

Well, vim-common is actually an Arch: any package.

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