uniconvertor  2.0rc5
About: UniConvertor is a universal vector graphics translator (using the sK2 engine). Release candidate.
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UniConvertor 2.0
UniConvertor 2.0 is a multiplatform universal vector graphics translator.
Uses sK1 2.0 model to convert one format to another.

sK1 Project (https://sk1project.net),
Copyright (C) 2004-2019 by Ihor E. Novikov

How to install:
 to build package:   python setup.py build
 to install package:   python setup.py install
 to remove installation: python setup.py uninstall
 to create source distribution:   python setup.py sdist
 to create binary RPM distribution:  python setup.py bdist_rpm
 to create binary DEB distribution:  python setup.py bdist_deb

help on available distribution formats: python setup.py bdist --help-formats


If you wish testing sK1 you have two installation ways.
First option is a distutils install with commands:

python setup.py build
python setup.py install

But this way is not recommended. The most preferred option is a package
installation (deb or rpm). You can create package using command:

python setup.py bdist_deb (for Ubuntu|Mint|Debian etc.)
python setup.py bdist_rpm (for Fedora|OpenSuse|Mageia etc.)

By installing the package you have full control over all the installed files
and can easily remove them from the system (it's important for application

Please note that application uses Python 2.x branch. So Python interpreter
and python based dependencies should be from 2.x branch, but not 3.x


For successful build either distutils or deb|rpm package you need installing
some development packages. We describe dev-packages for Ubuntu|Debian, but for
other distros they have similar names. So, you need:


To run application you need installing also: