[Xcb] XRenderCompositeString32

Russell Shaw rjshaw at netspace.net.au
Fri Oct 13 21:09:19 PDT 2006

Russell Shaw wrote:
> Ian Osgood wrote:
>> On Oct 12, 2006, at 9:17 AM, Russell Shaw wrote:

>> Yes, the CompositeString functions are for simpleminded rendering
>> (one glyph set, no kerning). You should use the CompositeText
>> functions if you want to switch fonts, kern, or adjust baseline between
>> characters in a single request.
>> It seems no-one uses CompositeString/Text directly.
> But *I* do;)

I used CompositeString in Xlib Xrender, but i don't need a CompositeString
equivalent in xcb because i can just use xcb_render_composite_glyphs_32.
I don't need a fix right now because i've gone back to using xlib.

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