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Rsvg bug for marker-mid
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Description

List of steps to reproduce (step by step, including full links if applicable):

What happens?:

c-librsvg2.40rust-librsvg2.50rendersvginkscapebatik
Test_marker-mid_librsvg24021.png (300×400 px, 2 KB)
Test_marker-mid_librsvg.png (300×400 px, 2 KB)
Test_marker-mid_rendersvg.png (300×400 px, 3 KB)
Test_marker-mid_Inkscape.png (300×400 px, 3 KB)
Test_marker-mid_batik.png (300×400 px, 3 KB)

What should have happened instead?:
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:SVG_help&oldid=1044149388#Possible_Rsvg_bug_for_marker-mid_rendering

Event Timeline

JoKalliauer changed the task status from Open to Stalled.Sep 22 2021, 4:35 PM
JoKalliauer triaged this task as Low priority.
JoKalliauer moved this task from Incoming to Thumbnail and file renderings (SVG) on the Commons board.
JoKalliauer moved this task from Backlog to Upstream (librsvg) on the Thumbor board.
JoKalliauer moved this task from Backlog to librsvg (upstream) on the Wikimedia-SVG-rendering board.

librsvg2.50 fails, so Gnome probably does not know about this bug.

SVG 1.1 is vague about meaning of "path". Gnome may take meaning of start, mid, and end markers to apply to subpaths.

SVG 2.0 is clear that start and end only apply to the start and end of the entire path (not subpath).

Gnome's interpretation may be more elegant.