Bewildered graphs

John J. Lee jjl at
Sat Jul 5 22:47:02 CEST 2003

hwlgw at (Will Stuyvesant) writes:
> You are thinking about generating a .PNG or .JPG or .GIF or something
> like that?
> I have an idea: if your app is running on a web server cluster
> already, how about generating dynamic web pages displaying the graph. 
> You could for example display this whole picture with SVG
> this.  Note the BIG advantage of such a web application: everybody can
> use it with their browser; no installations, compilations,

I just tried Mozilla Firebird 0.6 and Konqueror 3.1, and neither has
built-in SVG support.

> I *know* they plan to deprecate the string library.  But most web
> hosting Pythons are still 1.5.2 :-!

They are?  There's still stuff in string that isn't duplicated as
string methods, so that seems unlikely to happen for a long while yet,
if ever.


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