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== Inkscape Development Roadmap ==  
 
== Inkscape Development Roadmap ==  
  
'''NOTE 1:''' This is a working document showing specific near-term tasks needed for achieving the numbered milestones. It is not a list of features to be included in future releases.
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'''NOTE 1:''' This is a working document showing specific near-term tasks needed for achieving the numbered milestones. It is not a wishlist of features to be included in future releases. Because people often work on whatever they feel like, this roadmap should only contain items that really have a good chance of being done for the next release (which means, somebody is actually working on them).
  
 
'''NOTE 2:''' Because this document became completely separated from reality, I replaced it with a more realistic version that reflects what we're actually doing. --[[User:Tweenk|Tweenk]] 13:45, 31 January 2010 (UTC)
 
'''NOTE 2:''' Because this document became completely separated from reality, I replaced it with a more realistic version that reflects what we're actually doing. --[[User:Tweenk|Tweenk]] 13:45, 31 January 2010 (UTC)

Revision as of 15:34, 11 March 2010

Inkscape Development Roadmap

NOTE 1: This is a working document showing specific near-term tasks needed for achieving the numbered milestones. It is not a wishlist of features to be included in future releases. Because people often work on whatever they feel like, this roadmap should only contain items that really have a good chance of being done for the next release (which means, somebody is actually working on them).

NOTE 2: Because this document became completely separated from reality, I replaced it with a more realistic version that reflects what we're actually doing. --Tweenk 13:45, 31 January 2010 (UTC)

Milestones 0-13 have been completed since the start of the Inkscape Project. See OldRoadmap

Inkscape 0.48

0.48 is intended to be a quick release cycle focused on merging GSoC work and fixing some long standing bugs.

  • Merge and stabilize Google Summer of Code 2009 work
    • (DONE) Node tool rewrite
    • (DONE?) Connector tool improvements
    • D-Bus scripting API
  • (DONE) Desktop integration improvements: solve the issue of broken files resulting from people unknowingly pasting bitmap images as links.
  • (DONE - to be considered for 0.49, branch at lp:~tweenk/inkscape/waf-build) Build system improvements: evaluate Waf as an unified build system for all platforms (Krzysztof)
  • (DONE) Move code hosting to Lanchpad
  • Windows port improvements
    • (DONE) move devlibs to a Launchpad project
    • (DONE) Rebuild C++ libraries using TDM-GCC to fix Launchpad bug #173116 - exceptions not caught across DLLs
    • (DONE) Upgrade Windows devlibs to recent versions of GTK and GLib to fix several Windows bugs
    • Make the uninstaller work

Inkscape 0.49

0.49 will be a longer cycle focused on refactoring and new features.

  • If Inkscape participates in GSoC 2010, merge all student work done during it
  • Evaluate changing the numbering scheme to a date-based one, or setting more realistic goals for major (1.0, 2.0) releases
  • Make flowed text SVG-compliant
  • Port renderer to Cairo

Long term goals

  • Better modularization: separate the Inkscape codebase into several libraries that could be used by other programs.
  • General refactoring: make Inkscape a joy to develop.
  • SP tree refactoring: Port the object tree to C++ objects.
  • XML refactoring: Remove direct manipulation of XML from as many places as possible and replace it with SP tree methods.
  • Live path effects: investigate extending to cover generic vector transformations (vector effects). Provide live versions of several destructive operations: boolean ops, stroke to path, text to path, etc.
  • Animation support.

??? - Inkscape 1.00 - Full SVG 1.1 support

Milestone [Future]