>>Ajesh: If so when its planned and what features it will have.
Yes, there are plans to release a new version but it is not yet finalized and the feature set not completely
decided, but a completed viewer with the ability to manipulate the DOM is already decided.
Currently, I am working to complete another open source project by the end of the year and could only
take on the SharpVectors again early next year.
>>Ajesh: Also do know about any other .Net library which can be used for viewing and editing the SVG.
For open source, there is no reliable library I know of for viewing and editing the SVG, the only commercial
library for converting SVG to XAML (but no editing) is also not as complete as the SharpVectors - that was
why I created the SharpVectors-Reloaded for use in a project at work and decided to make the
results available to others. The current limitation of the SharpVectors is due to the requirements of that project,
we needed only the conversion.
NOTE that things might have changed in the available commercial SVG to XAML product, making it more
useful, so please Google for it and try it - it is not good to provide you a link here since I said something bad
about it :)