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 2021-07-23 02:36:56 +02:00 #!/usr/bin/env python3 """ This filter deletes paths which render as point only More usesless and/or redundant filters for removing duplicate nodes and segments are provided by the following extension: - https://stadtfabrikanten.org/display/IFM/Purge+Duplicate+Path+Segments - https://stadtfabrikanten.org/display/IFM/Purge+Duplicate+Path+Nodes Extension for InkScape 1.X Author: Mario Voigt / FabLab Chemnitz Mail: mario.voigt@stadtfabrikanten.org Date: 21.04.2021 Last patch: 21.04.2021 License: GNU GPL v3 """ import inkex from lxml import etree class PurgePointyPaths(inkex.EffectExtension): def effect(self): if len(self.svg.selected) > 0: for element in self.svg.selected.values(): if isinstance(element, inkex.PathElement): p = element.path commandsCoords = p.to_arrays() # "m 45.250809,91.692739" - this path contains onyl one command - a single point if len(commandsCoords) == 1: element.delete() # "m 45.250809,91.692739 z" - this path contains two commands, but only one coordinate. # It's a single point, the path is closed by a Z command elif len(commandsCoords) == 2 and commandsCoords[0][1] == commandsCoords[1][1]: element.delete() # "m 45.250809,91.692739 l 45.250809,91.692739" - this path contains two commands, # but the first and second coordinate are the same. It will render as point elif len(commandsCoords) == 2 and commandsCoords[-1][0] == 'Z': element.delete() # "m 45.250809,91.692739 l 45.250809,91.692739 z" - this path contains three commands, # but the first and second coordinate are the same. It will render as point, the path is closed by a Z command elif len(commandsCoords) == 3 and commandsCoords[0][1] == commandsCoords[1][1] and commandsCoords[2][1] == 'Z': element.delete() else: inkex.errormsg('Please select some objects first.') return if __name__ == '__main__': PurgePointyPaths().run()