making cairo mandatory in vcl
riccardo.magliocchetti at gmail.com
Mon Nov 16 01:53:44 PST 2015
Il 16/11/2015 10:37, Caolán McNamara ha scritto:
> On Sat, 2015-11-14 at 17:00 +0100, Riccardo Magliocchetti wrote:
>> Hi Caolàn, all,
>> in  and  you made cairo mandatory for *nix platforms. This
>> --without-x but that's no big deal, i'll add some specific ifdefery.
>> I have a couple of questions:
>> - is there a plan to kill non cairo rendering?
> I'd like to yes. The non-cairo text rendering is only used in the svp
> path at the moment. i.e. basically I'd move the gtk3 use of cairo text
> rendering down to svp and have it for all svp using platforms, allowing
> a big piece of code to be deleted and have one text-rendering path
> instead of two there.
Removing that code would make things a bit difficult for --without-x.
>> - does it make sense to keep enable-cairo-canvas switch?
> Well, at the moment having cairo enabled and having the cairo *canvas*
> enabled are conflated together. Part of the patch de-confuses that and
> separates use of cairo for drawing stuff to the svp backend versus
> having the cairo canvas thing enabled. So I've no opinion on enable
> -cairo-canvas, but the non-canvas code that are basically incorrectly
> lumped under that ifdef would be removed out of it.
If you have cairo, are there any case where you don't want the cairo canvas?
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