Also there are subtle differences in platforms which means you actually need to test. Simple examples are menu differences (no app menu on windows). Forking external command line program differences. Application data differences etc. (maybe someone will make the electron cross platform CI tester?)
I wrote a similarish tool for converting SVG to code at Last Job™: https://github.com/biowink/SVGeez (though, it's questionable how well it works beyond the specific use case of the app it's for..though in theory it should work fine!)
(even the name is similar ;))
I bumped into issues when transforming complex paths into single paths. I suppose leveraging SVGO is a better plan for that. Kudos!
I suggest that you look on the videos on the site or read some tips and tricks at https://medium.com/@DepartmentStockholm/svgsus-tips-tricks-b...
I think we need an .au file in the distribution with you saying "Hi this is Stonebranch and I pronounce SVGsus as 'SVGsus'".
I've never got the non-browser lastpass working.
It was only yesterday that I entered my password for another free app so it's not just a '30 day expiry' thing.
I am still waiting for the graphical tool that will allow me to animate an svg (creates 2 different but compatible paths) though.
I will try that !
I had a look at pretty much all the svg tools I could find and was very surprised that the best option is to write the paths yourself in a text editor -_-
npm install -g svgo
svgo -f /path/to/svg/files
I'm on Linux and all the designers I work with use Windows. I know this isn't the norm for most people on HN but the title is still misleading and the submission guidelines would seem to agree.
"Svgsus - Easier SVG handling for Mac"
This clearly defines this as macOS software even if it doesn't elaborate on "handling" like the current submission title does.