In a message dated 17/10/2002 15:35:21 GMT Daylight Time, Gert.Baudoncq@wkeltp.com writes:
'It is too bad that the SVG world is so dependent on a single
Have a look at http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/SVG-Implementations.htm8
There is clearly more then the Adobe SVG viewer.
Unfortunately that page is *way* out of date, as you can confirm by checking the dates given against each viewer.
The Batik viewer is making a lot of progress but it is a Java viewer (alongside a development toolkit) so isn't appropriate for embedding in a typical Web browser.
The SVG Mobile viewers are progressing and are discussed on the SVG-Mobile mailing list at
For desktop brower use of SVG there is the Adobe Viewer (the most complete implementation but, at least in its public version, frozen for several months) and the Mozilla native SVG project (a very partial implementation at present).