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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Copyright (C) 2010 Craig Marshall, craig9 [at]
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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This script slices an inkscape drawing along the guides, similarly to
the GIMP plugin called "guillotine". It can optionally export to the
same directory as the SVG file with the same name, but with a number
suffix. e.g.
will export to:
import os
import locale
import inkex
from inkex.command import inkscape
class GuillotinePlus(inkex.EffectExtension):
"""Exports slices made using guides"""
def add_arguments(self, pars):
pars.add_argument("--ignore", type=inkex.Boolean)
pars.add_argument("--dpi", type=int)
def get_all_horizontal_guides(self):
Returns all horizontal guides as a list of floats stored as
strings. Each value is the position from 0 in pixels.
for guide in self.svg.namedview.get_guides():
if guide.is_horizontal:
yield guide.point.y
def get_all_vertical_guides(self):
Returns all vertical guides as a list of floats stored as
strings. Each value is the position from 0 in pixels.
for guide in self.svg.namedview.get_guides():
if guide.is_vertical:
yield guide.point.x
def get_horizontal_slice_positions(self):
Make a sorted list of all horizontal guide positions,
including 0 and the document height, but not including
those outside of the canvas
horizontals = [0.0]
height = float(self.svg.height)
for y in self.get_all_horizontal_guides():
if 0.0 < y <= height:
return sorted(horizontals)
def get_vertical_slice_positions(self):
Make a sorted list of all vertical guide positions,
including 0 and the document width, but not including
those outside of the canvas.
verticals = [0.0]
width = float(self.svg.width)
for x in self.get_all_vertical_guides():
if 0.0 < x <= width:
return sorted(verticals)
def get_slices(self):
Returns a list of all "slices" as denoted by the guides
on the page. Each slice is really just a 4 element list of
floats (stored as strings), consisting of the X and Y start
position and the X and Y end position.
hs = self.get_horizontal_slice_positions()
vs = self.get_vertical_slice_positions()
slices = []
for i in range(len(hs) - 1):
for j in range(len(vs) - 1):
slices.append([vs[j], hs[i], vs[j + 1], hs[i + 1]])
return slices
def get_filename_parts(self):
Attempts to get directory and image as passed in by the inkscape
dialog. If the boolean ignore flag is set, then it will ignore
these settings and try to use the settings from the export
if not self.options.ignore:
if self.options.image == "" or self.options.image is None:
raise inkex.AbortExtension("Please enter an image name")
return, self.options.image
First get the export-filename from the document, if the
document has been exported before (TODO: Will not work if it
hasn't been exported yet), then uses this to return a tuple
consisting of the directory to export to, and the filename
without extension.
export_file = self.svg.get('inkscape:export-filename')
except KeyError:
raise inkex.AbortExtension(
"To use the export hints option, you "
"need to have previously exported the document. "
"Otherwise no export hints exist!")
dirname, filename = os.path.split(export_file)
filename = filename.rsplit(".", 1)[0] # Without extension
return dirname, filename
def get_localised_string(self, name):
return locale.format_string("%.f", float(name), 0)
def export_slice(self, sli, filename):
Runs inkscape's command line interface and exports the image
slice from the 4 coordinates in s, and saves as the filename
coords = ":".join([self.get_localised_string(dim) for dim in sli])
inkscape(self.options.input_file, export_dpi=self.options.dpi, export_area=coords, export_filename=filename)
def export_slices(self, slices):
Takes the slices list and passes each one with a calculated
filename/directory into export_slice.
dirname, filename = self.get_filename_parts()
# Remove some crusty extensions from name template
if filename.endswith('.svg') or filename.endswith('.png'):
filename = filename.rsplit('.', 1)[0]
if '{' not in filename:
filename += '_{}'
dirname = os.path.abspath(os.path.expanduser(os.path.expandvars(dirname or './')))
if not os.path.isdir(dirname):
output_files = []
for i, slico in enumerate(slices):
fname = os.path.join(dirname, filename.format(i) + '.png')
self.export_slice(slico, fname)
#self.debug("The sliced bitmaps have been saved as:" + "\n\n" + "\n".join(output_files))
def effect(self):
if __name__ == '__main__':