[cairo] Road to 1.10
chris at chris-wilson.co.uk
Thu Feb 12 10:29:10 PST 2009
On Thu, 2009-02-12 at 12:07 -0600, Behdad Esfahbod wrote:
> Either we should release it in four weeks timeframe or skip the upcoming GNOME
> release and aim for after GUADEC (~July/August). I think we have enough good
> stuff and in good shape for a release by the end of month.
The big feature that I think will make a difference on the desktop is
snapshot-cow and I'd like to include that in our next release.
> Chris, since you brought it up, can you be bothered to enumerate all API
> changes since 1.8 for final review?
This is what I've found from diffing the headers since 1.8...
Associate an alternate, compressed, representation for a surface.
"image/jpeg" is understood by PDF,PS,SVG,win32-printing.
"image/png" is understood by SVG.
Similar to restrict to version and level found in SVG and PS, these
limit the features used in the output to comply with the PDF
for that version.
Indicates that the request surface size is not supported by the
This generally indicates that the request is too large.
The built-in twin font is now called "@cairo:" and supports a limited
of options like "@cairo:mono". Where are these specified?
cairo_in_fill() now uses flash semantics... OTOH, top and left are
New experimental backends:
Simple DirectMedia Layer
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