absolute paths are not converted correctly to relative

Bug #519698 reported by lolita on 2010-02-10
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Bug Description

this is an example :
*this is the original path:
 <g transform="translate(127.7598,270)" id="g3543">
    <path id="path3545" style="fill:none;stroke:#808080;stroke-width:0.465;stroke-linecap:round;stroke-linejoin:round;stroke-miterlimit:10;stroke-opacity:1;stroke-dasharray:none" d="M 0,0 0,257.04 M 371.521,0 0,0 M 371.521,257.04 371.521,0 M 0,257.04 l 371.521,0"/>

*and this is the output from scour 0.24:
  <g transform="translate(127.7598,270)">
    <path style="stroke-linejoin:round;stroke:#808080;stroke-linecap:round;stroke-miterlimit:10;stroke-dasharray:none;stroke-width:0.465;fill:none;" d="M0,0,0,257.04m371.52-257.04-371.52,0,371.52,257.04,0-257.04-371.52,257.04h371.52"/>

lolita (hala-zakariya) wrote :
lolita (hala-zakariya) on 2010-02-10
Changed in scour:
assignee: nobody → lolita (hala-zakariya)
assignee: lolita (hala-zakariya) → nobody
lolita (hala-zakariya) wrote :

this is the orginal pdf file

lolita (hala-zakariya) wrote :

 I want to add that basically, absolute paths are not converted at all to relative in most files

lolita (hala-zakariya) wrote :
lolita (hala-zakariya) on 2010-02-21
Changed in scour:
status: New → Confirmed
codedread (codedread) on 2010-03-26
Changed in scour:
status: Confirmed → In Progress
codedread (codedread) wrote :

I believe this has been fixed in r166 - can you verify it? I did verify that orginal.svg looks identical once scoured.

Changed in scour:
status: In Progress → Fix Committed
codedread (codedread) on 2010-07-12
Changed in scour:
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
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