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Adobe Illustrator

On Friday 30 July 2004 11:02, nmeyers at wrote:
> The Gyve project tried for 5 years to create a vector editor "in
> the spirit of Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw" and finally gave up
> ( they point to sodipodi (
> as a possible successor. I don't know much about it, but it certainly
> has some sexy screen shots.

I think Illustrator is going to be much harder to clone, since the 
functionality they have to replicate is enormous, and there doesn't seem to 
be much of a groundswell to code something up.

We are doing an Illustrator class in a few weeks, and I am amazed by this 
program. I didn't know all of the stuff it could do, and it actually requires 
skill to make it work.

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