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It depends what kind of XML format you have. Do you have GML, KML, GPX or some homegrown XML format? If you are using a standard spatial XML, I would suggest looking at OGR2OGR which is part of GDAL tool kit. It's a commandline tool that can import several formats into PostGIS and other spatial databases and spatial formats. ...
I was unaware that support for SVG fragment identifiers is not so hot, so I found somewhat of a workaround in the form of Base64 encoding (thanks to these doppnet and CSS Tricks posts). So, after optimizing my SVG in Inkscape I converted it to base64 using Mobilefish's converter (if you use this, make sure to set max characters per line to 0 so you don't ...
See http://spatialgalaxy.net/2013/11/06/getting-paths-with-pyqgis for a discussion of paths in PyQGIS.
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