the easiest way:
1) export as eps
2) bridgeTalk illustrator
3) export as svg
the had way:
you have all the geometry info needed (paths, path points etc), so you can write your own svg exporter. For simple shapes should be quite easy.
Cheers, thought as much, going to do it the hard way.
if you have installed an old inDesign CS3 you could cheat and reverse engineer some of the export for SVG, that was present at that time (maybe in CS2 as well; cannot remember this). Then Adobe killed Export to SVG in InDesign CS4. Sigh.
Pickory, if you are going to do it the hard way, please post from time to time on how it is going. Not nly that it seems like an amazing project, but i might learn a few things from it.
Also, i think the In5 plugin (that exports form indesign to nice html5) has at least some svg support, might be worth to check out.
Uwe, not an option, but a good idea for any one who just needs to get a SVG.
Vamitul, it is going to be a really good project, not sure if I can pull it off though. I am reluctant to look at In5 as we are writing our own HTML export, best to use fresh ideas.
It's a bit outdated (from 2013), but maybe this blog post could be interesting, if you want to go the Illustrator route:
Also this one by David Deraedt:
Leading to this one: