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From Ákos Maróy <a...@maroy.hu>
Subject Re: SVG rasterizing issue with TiledImage
Date Sun, 20 Jan 2013 21:28:24 GMT

Looking at the issue below in more detail, rendering fails at the
following point: in AbstractGraphicsNode.paint(), at line 491:

        boolean paintNeeded = true;
        Shape g2dClip = curClip; //g2d.getClip();
        if (g2dClip != null) {
            Rectangle2D cb = g2dClip.getBounds2D();
            if(!bounds.intersects(cb.getX(),     cb.getY(),
                                  cb.getWidth(), cb.getHeight()))
                paintNeeded = false;

I looked at the data, and it seems that this fails because the bounds
used in this intersection test do not have the transformation from the
Graphics2D object applied to them. thus, it is not the final (rendering)
bounds that is compared to the clip area, but the 'original' bounds of
the graphics node.

I can't test if this would work or not, as I can't compile batik out of
the box, see here: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/BATIK-1033

I've created a ticket with this issue here:


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