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The fig2sxd program converts files in XFig format into OpenOffice.org Draw format.

Saturday, March 23, 2013

fig2sxdThe fig2sxd program converts files in XFig format into OpenOffice.org Draw format.
To get to the sourceforge project page, click here.

The current version number is 0.21.

Conversion works basically good. Some things are not mapped exactly: splines are quite similar in shape, but definitively different; hollow arrows are mapped to filled ones; hatches are different...

Feedback is very welcome. To give feedback, please go to the SourceForge.net page.

The program has been run both under Linux® and MS Windows®. As it depends only on standard c++ and zlib, it should be easy to compile on other systems.
Source code: fig2sxd_0.21.orig.tar.gz

Linux Binary: fig2sxd_0.21_amd64.tar.gz,

Unofficial amd64 debian package files: fig2sxd_0.21-2_amd64.deb fig2sxd_0.21-2_amd64.changes fig2sxd_0.21-2.dsc fig2sxd_0.21-2.diff.gz

MS Windows binary: fig2sxd_0.21_i586_win32.zip (untested, cross-compiled with mingw32 [g++ 4.2.1])



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