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Public fork of the C# SVG rendering library on CodePlex.

This started out as a private fork by vvvv with some minor modification to enable the writing of proper SVG strings. After almost two years of fixes and improvements the company decided to share the codebase with the public in order to improve it even further. In 2021, the repository has been transferred from the company organization vvvv to the new organization svg-net (e.g. SVG.NET).


This project is in need of contributors. Assistance in areas such as code reviews and testing is particularly needed. If you can contribute, your help would be invaluable. For those interested in leading or contributing to specific initiatives like the codebase segmentation, please let us know.

Please feel free to fork the repository and open pull requests for any fix, improvement or feature you want to add. You may check the contributing guide for more information on how to do this.


For information on installation and usage of the library, and for release notes please check the documentation pages. Note that the documentation is incomplete - any help to improve it is greatly appreciated!

Projects using the library

  • vvvv a hybrid visual/textual live-programming environment for easy prototyping and development.
  • Posh a windowing/interaction/drawing layer for C#/.NET desktop applications with their GUI in a browser.
  • Timeliner a Posh based timeline that can be controlled by and sends out its values via OSC.
  • Chordious a fretboard diagram generator for fretted stringed instruments.
  • HttpMaster a Windows tool for HTTP testing and debugging.

If you want your project in this list, send a pull request on this file, or a link and short description to tebjan (at)


Licensed under the MS-PL license.

This project has dependencies on other open-source projects. These projects are referenced via NuGet packages and might be subject to different licenses.

Project Author Sources License
ExCSS Tyler Brinks (@tylerbrinks) GitHub MIT