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You could manually make an SVG fairly simply in a text editor. It's not a hard language. <svg height="2000" width="2000"> <polygon points="..." style="fill:white;stroke:black;stroke-width:1" /> </svg> So that's the base document. You'd replace the ... with a space-separated list of coordinates. I just used a text-editor's find-and-...


There is no way to do that, and for good reason. For the most part rendering a simple SVG (like an icon) takes roughly as much CPU time as decompressing a PNG. You're unlikely to see any speedup by switching to only bitmap icons.


You can pipe the output of seq. progname `seq 5 | sed -e 's/^/a/' -e 's/$/z/'` You can use history substitution to add a prefix to all the elements of an array: set a = (`seq 5`) progname ${a:s//a/} I don't know how to add a suffix, but I'm not a tcsh expert. Tcsh is kind of dead this century, and even before was widely recognized as less suitable ...

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