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Revision 1.16 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Nov 4 23:48:54 2012 UTC (9 years, 2 months ago) by wiz
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Revision 1.15 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Sep 7 15:24:03 2012 UTC (9 years, 4 months ago) by adam
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Changes 1.12.2:
After such a long gestation period for the release of Cairo 1.12, we
inevitably accumulated a few bugs that were flushed out by broadening the
test base. Thanks to everybody who tried the release, apologies to any one
unfortunate enough to encounter a bug and many thanks for reporting it.

Revision 1.14 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Sep 13 12:23:01 2010 UTC (11 years, 4 months ago) by wiz
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Update to 1.10.0. Add default-on xcb option (implying x11 option).

Release 1.10.0 (2010-09-06 Chris Wilson <chris@chris-wilson.co.uk>)
===================================================================
The cairo community is astounded (and flabbergast) to finally announce
the 1.10.0 release of the cairo graphics library. This is a major update
to cairo, with new features and enhanced functionality which maintains
compatibility for applications written using any previous major cairo
release, (1.8, 1.6, 1.4, 1.2, or 1.0). We recommend that anybody using
a previous version of cairo upgrade to cairo 1.10.0.

One of the more interesting departures for cairo for this release is the
inclusion of a tracing utility, cairo-trace. cairo-trace generates a
human-readable, replayable, compact representation of the sequences of
drawing commands made by an application. This can be used to inspecting
applications to understand issues and as a means for profiling
real-world usage of cairo.

The traces generated by cairo-trace have been collected in

  git://git.cairographics.org/git/cairo-traces

and have driven the performance tuning of cairo over the last couple of
years. In particular, the image backend is much faster with a new
polygon rasterisation and a complete overhaul of the tessellator. Not
only is this faster, but also eliminates visual artifacts from
self-intersecting strokes. Not only has cairo-trace been driving
performance improvements within cairo, but as a repeatable means of
driving complex graphics it has been used to tune OpenGL, DDX, and
pixman.

Cairo's API has been extended to better support printing, notably
through the ability to include a single compressed representation of an
image for patterns used throughout a document, leading to dramatic file
size reductions. Also the meta-surface used to record the vector
commands compromising a drawing sequence is now exposed as a
CAIRO_SURFACE_TYPE_RECORDING, along with a new surface that is a child of a
larger surface, CAIRO_SURFACE_TYPE_SUBSURFACE. One typical usage of a
subsurface would be as a source glyph in a texture atlas, or as a
restricted subwindow within a canvas.

Cairo's API has also resurrected the RGB16 format from the past as
the prevalence of 16-bit framebuffers has not diminished and is a
fore-taste of the extended format support we anticipate in the future.
Increasing cairo's utility, we introduce the cairo_region_t for handling
sets of pixel aligned rectangles commonly used in graphics applications.
This is a merger of the GdkRegion and the pixman_region_t, hopefully
providing the utility of the former with the speed of the latter.

Furthermore cairo has been reworked to interoperate more closely with
various acceleration architectures, gaining the ability to share
those hardware resources through the new cairo_device_t. For instance,
with the new OpenGL backend that supersedes the Glitz backend, hardware
and rendering operations can be shared between a classic OpenGL
application mixing libVA for the hardware assisted video decode with
cairo for high quality overlays all within the same OpenGL canvas.

Many thanks for the hard work of Adrian Johnson, Andrea Canciani, Behdad
Esfahbod, Benjamin Otte, Carl Worth, Carlos Garcia Campos, Chris Wilson,
Eric Anholt, Jeff Muizelaar, Karl Tomlinson, M Joonas Pihlaja, Søren
Sandmann Pedersen and many others that have contributed over the last
couple of years to cairo. Thank you all!

Snapshot 1.9.14 (2010-07-26)
============================

  A quiet couple of weeks, hopefully Cairo is seeing widescale deployment and
  we are being to see the results of the stabilisation effort. Clipping bugs
  seems to have been the order of the last couple of weeks, with a couple
  reported and duly fixed. Thank you Igor Nikitin and Karl Tomlinsion for
  finding those regressions. At this point all that seems to remain to do is
  to fix the outstanding regressions in the PDF backend...

Bugs fixes
----------

    Clip doesn't work for text on the image backend
    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=29008

    Add explicit dependency for cxx
    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=29114

    Fix regressions in reporting clip extents
    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=29120
    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=29121
    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=29122
    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=29124
    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=29125


Snapshot 1.9.12 (2010-07-12)
============================

  A couple of weeks spent fixing those annoying bugs and cleaning up the build
  system; the list of outstanding tasks to complete for the stable release is
  finally shrinking. The chief bug fixer has been Benjamin Otte who not only
  made sure that the public API is consistent and being tested for its
  consistency, but also ensured that the documentation was up-to-date and
  spent time clarifying cases where even the Cairo developers have come
  unstuck in the past. Many thanks, Benjamin. However, he was not alone,
  as Andrea Canciani continued his fine work in isolating broken corner cases
  and proceeding to fix them, and tidying up the quartz backend. And last, but
  definitely not least, M Joonas Pihlaja tried building Cairo across a
  perverse range of systems and fixed up all the loose bits of code that came
  unravelled. Thanks everybody!

API Changes
-----------

  cairo_surface_set_mime_data, cairo_surface_get_mime_data:

    The length parameter is now an unsigned long (as opposed to an unsigned
    int). The parameter is intended to be an equivalent to a size_t without
    requiring POSIX types and be large enough to store the size of the
    largest possible allocation.

  cairo_gl_surface_create_for_texture:

    This a new surface constructor for cairo-gl that explicitly enables
    render-to-texture for foreign, i.e. application, textures.

  cairo_region_xor, cairo_region_xor_rectangle

    A couple of utility routines add to the region handling interface for
    the purpose of replacing existing GdkRegion functionality.

Bugs fixes
----------

  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cairo/+bug/600622

    Inkscape was caught in the act of attempting to modify a finished surface.
    Unfortunately, we had the ordering of our guards and assertions wrong and
    so an ordinary application error was triggering an assert in Cairo. This
    lead Benjamin to add a test case to ensure that the entire public API
    could handle erroneous input and then proceeded to fix a whole slew of
    uncovered bugs.


  https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=28888

    A regression introduced by the special casing of uploading images to an
    xlib surface in-place which was ignoring the translation applied to the
    image.


Snapshot 1.9.10 (2010-06-26)
============================

   The first "quick" snapshot in the run up to the stable release.  The
   last snapshot was picked up by the bleeding edge distributions and so the
   bug reports have to started to roll in.  The most frequent of these are the
   introduction of rendering errors by applications that modify a surface
   without subsequently calling cairo_surface_mark_dirty(). Make sure the
   application developers are aware of increased reliance on strict use of the
   Cairo API before 1.10 is released!

   The usual slew of bugs reported and we would like to thank Zoxc for
   contributing the WGL interface for cairo-gl, and finding more build
   failures on win32.  And it just wouldn't be a 1.9 snapshot unless
   Benjamin Otte improved the error handling within cairo-gl, as well as
   isolating and fixing some more errors in the test suite. The biggest bug of
   the snapshot turned out to be a major sign extension issue that had lain
   hidden for many years and was suddenly exposed by incorrectly rounding
   rectangles when performing non-antialiased rendering.  Also to the relief
   of many we have included the downstream patch to honour the user's LCD
   filtering preferences for subpixel rendering of fonts.  The interface
   remains private for the time being, whilst the proposed public API is
   finalized.

API changes
-----------
   None.

Snapshot 1.9.8 (2010-06-12)
===========================

   One major API changes since the last snapshot, and a whole slew of bugs
   fixed and inconsistencies eliminated. Far too many bugs fixed to
   individually identify. We need to thank Benjamin Otte for his fantastic
   work on the cairo-gl backend making it faster and more robust, Andrea
   Canciani for finding so many bugs and developing test cases for them, as
   well fixing them. And last but not least we must all thank Adrian Johnson for
   continuing to eliminate bugs and improving the PostScript and PDF backends.

   This snapshot represents almost 4 months of bug fixing, bringing Cairo to
   a point where we consider it almost ready to be a candidate for release.
   There are a few known bugs left to be fixed, being tracked in
   https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=24384, so please give Cairo a
   whirl and report any regressions. The plan is to release a new snapshot
   every other week leading to a 1.10 release with a target date of
   2010-08-16.

API additions
-------------
  CAIRO_FORMAT_RGB16_565

    16 bit devices still remain popular, and so with great demand,
    CAIRO_FORMAT_RGB16_565 has been restored enabling applications to create
    and use 16 bit images as sources and render targets.

  cairo_surface_create_for_rectangle()

    It is common practice to cut an image up into many smaller pieces and use
    each of those as a source - a technique called texture atlasing.
    cairo_surface_create_for_rectangle() extends Cairo to directly support use
    of these subregions of another cairo_surface_t both as a source and as a
    render target.

  cairo_region_create()
  cairo_region_create_rectangle()
  cairo_region_create_rectangles()
  cairo_region_copy()
  cairo_region_reference()
  cairo_region_destroy()
  cairo_region_equal()
  cairo_region_status()
  cairo_region_get_extents()
  cairo_region_num_rectangles()
  cairo_region_get_rectangle()
  cairo_region_is_empty()
  cairo_region_contains_rectangle()
  cairo_region_contains_point()
  cairo_region_translate()
  cairo_region_subtract()
  cairo_region_subtract_rectangle()
  cairo_region_intersect()
  cairo_region_intersect_rectangle()
  cairo_region_union()
  cairo_region_union_rectangle()

    The Cairo region API was actually added a couple of snapshots ago, but we
    forgot to mention it at the time. A simple API for the handling of
    rectangular pixel-aligned regions by Soeren Sandmann.


Backend-specific improvements
-----------------------------
cairo-gl

  Benjamin Otte made more than 200 commits in which he refactored the cairo-gl
  backend, reducing a lot of code duplication and enabled him to begin working
  on improving performance by reducing state changes and associated overhead.

cairo-xlib

  Access to the underlying connection to the Display is now thread-safe
  enabling cairo-xlib to be used in a multi-threaded application without fear
  of random corruption. Thanks Benjamin Otte!

  cairo-xlib will now attempt to use PolyModeImprecise when compositing
  trapezoids (i.e. a fill or a stroke operation with a non-trivial path) which
  should allow hardware drivers more scope for accelerating the operation at
  the cost of potentially incurring minute rendering errors. The mode can be
  forced back to PolyModePrecise by setting the antialias parameter to
  CAIRO_ANTIALIAS_SUBPIXEL.

cairo-svg

  A notable improvement was contributed by Alexander Shulgin to enable SVG to
  reference external image through the use an extended MIME data type.

Snapshot 1.9.6 (2010-02-19)
===========================
API additions
-------------
    Add cairo_device_t

    The device is a generic method for accessing the underlying interface
    with the native graphics subsystem, typically the X connection or
    perhaps the GL context. By exposing a cairo_device_t on a surface and
    its various methods we enable finer control over interoperability with
    external interactions of the device by applications. The use case in
    mind is, for example, a multi-threaded gstreamer which needs to serialise
    its own direct access to the device along with Cairo's across many
    threads.

    Secondly, the cairo_device_t is a unifying API for the mismash of
    backend specific methods for controlling creation of surfaces with
    explicit devices and a convenient hook for debugging and introspection.

    The principal components of the API are the memory management of:

      cairo_device_reference(),
      cairo_device_finish() and
      cairo_device_destroy();

    along with a pair of routines for serialising interaction:

      cairo_device_acquire() and
      cairo_device_release()

    and a method to flush any outstanding accesses:

      cairo_device_flush().

    The device for a particular surface may be retrieved using:

      cairo_surface_get_device().

    The device returned is owned by the surface.

API changes (to API new in the cairo 1.9.x series)
--------------------------------------------------
  cairo_recording_surface_create()
  cairo_recording_surface_ink_extents()

    These are the replacement names for the functions previously named
    cairo_meta_surface_create and cairo_meta_surface_ink_extents.

  cairo_surface_set_mime_data

    This interface is now changed such that the MIME data will be
    detached if the surface is modified at all. This guarantees that
    the MIME data will not become out of synch due to surface
    modifications, and also means that for the MIME data to be useful,
    it must be set after all modifications to the surface are
    complete.

API removal (of experiment API)
-------------------------------
  The cairo-glitz backend is removed entirely, (in favor of the new
  cairo-gl backend). See below for more on cairo-gl.

Generic fixes
-------------

  Many improvements for drawing of dashed strokes

	Fix incorrect handling of negative offset
	Faster computation of first dash (avoids near-infinite looping)
	Approximate extremely fine dash patterns with appropriate alpha value

  Optimize spans-based renderers for repeated rows, (such as in a rounded rectangle)

Backend-specific improvements
-----------------------------
cairo-drm

  This is a new, direct-rendering backend that supports Intel graphics
  chipsets in the i915 and i965 families. It's still experimental and
  will likely remain that way for a while. It's already got extremely
  good performance on the hardware it supports, so if nothing else
  provides a working proof and performance target for the cairo-gl
  work for Intel graphics.

cairo-gl

  Start using GLSL to accelerate many operations. Many thanks to Eric
  Anholt and T. Zachary Laine for this work. For the first time, we
  have what looks like what will be a very compelling OpenGL-based
  backend for cairo (in terms of both quality and performance).

  See this writeup from Eric for more details on recent progress of
  cairo-gl (which he presented at FOSDEM 2010):

	http://anholt.livejournal.com/42146.html

cairo-image

  The image backend is made dramatically faster (3-5 times faster for
  benchmarks consisting primarily of glyph rendering).

cairo-quartz fixes:

  Many fixes from Robert O'Callahan and Andrea Canciani including:

	Fixed gradient pattern painting
	Improved A8 image handling
	Fixes for "unbounded" and other compositing operators

cairo-pdf fixes:

  Improvements to embedding of JPEG and JPEG2000 data.

cairo-ps fixes:

  Fix printing of rotated user fonts.

Snapshot 1.9.4 (2009-10-15)
===========================
API additions:

  cairo_meta_surface_create()
  cairo_meta_surface_ink_extents()

    Finally exporting the internal meta-surface so that applications
    have a method to record and replay a sequence of drawing commands.

  cairo_in_clip()

    Determines whether a given point is inside the current clip.
    ??? Should this be called cairo_in_paint() instead? in-clip is the test
    that is performed, but in-paint would be similar to in-fill and in-stroke.

New utilities:

  cairo-test-trace

    A companion to cairo-perf-trace, this utility replays a trace against
    multiple targets in parallel and looks for differences in the output,
    and then records any drawing commands that cause a failure.
    Future plans:
      Further minimisation of the fail trace using "delta debugging".
      More control over test/reference targets.

Backend improvements:

  xlib

     Server-side gradients. The theory is that we can offload computation
     of gradients to the GPU and avoid pushing large images over the
     connection. Even if the driver has to fallback and use pixman to render
     a temporary source, it should be able to do so in a more efficient manner
     than Cairo itself. However, cairo-perf suggests otherwise:

     On tiny, Celeron/i915:

      before: firefox-20090601 211.585
       after: firefox-20090601 270.939

     and on tiger, CoreDuo/nvidia:

      before: firefox-20090601 70.143
       after: firefox-20090601 87.326

     In particular, looking at tiny:

     xlib-rgba paint-with-alpha_linear-rgba_over-512   47.11 (47.16 0.05%) -> 123.42 (123.72 0.13%):  2.62x slowdown
     
     xlib-rgba paint-with-alpha_linear3-rgba_over-512   47.27 (47.32 0.04%) -> 123.78 (124.04 0.13%):  2.62x slowdown
     


New experimental backends:

   QT

   OpenVG - The initial work was done by yvind Kolås, and made ready for
            inclusion by Pierre Tardy.

   OpenGL - An advanced OpenGL compositor. The aim is to write a integrate
            directed rendering using OpenGL at a high-level into Cairo. In
	    contrast to the previous attempt using Glitz which tried to
	    implement the RENDER protocol on top of OpenGL, using the
	    high-level interface should permit greater flexibility and
	    more offloading onto the GPU.
	    The initial work on the backend was performed by Eric Anholt.

Long standing bugs fixed:

  Self-intersecting strokes.

    A long standing bug where the coverage from overlapping semi-opaque
    strokes (including neighbouring edges) was simply summed in lieu of
    a costly global calculation has been fixed (by performing the costly
    global calculation!) In order to mitigate the extra cost, the
    tessellator has been overhauled and tune, which handles the fallback
    for when we are unable to use the new span rasteriser on the stroke
    (e.g. when using the current RENDER protocol). The large number of
    pixel artefacts that implementing self-intersection elimination
    removes is ample justification for the potential performance
    regression. If you unfortunately do suffer a substantial performance
    regression in your application, please consider obtaining a
    cairo-trace and submitting it to us for analysis and inclusion into
    our performance suite.

Special thanks:

   To the AuroraUX team for providing access to one of their OpenSolaris
   machines for cairo and pixman development.  http://www.auroraux.org/

Snapshot 1.9.2 (2009-06-12)
===========================
API additions:

  cairo_surface_set_mime_data()
  cairo_surface_get_mime_data()

    Should this take unsigned int, unsigned long or size_t for the length
    parameter? (Some datasets may be >4GiB in size.)

    Associate an alternate, compressed, representation for a surface.
    Currently:
     "image/jp2" (JPEG2000) is understood by PDF >= 1.5
     "image/jpeg" is understood by PDF,PS,SVG,win32-printing.
     "image/png" is understood by SVG.

  cairo_pdf_version_t
  cairo_pdf_surface_restrict_to_version()
  cairo_pdf_get_versions()
  cairo_pdf_version_to_string()

    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
    specification for that version.

  CAIRO_STATUS_INVALID_SIZE
    Indicates that the request surface size is not supported by the
    backend.  This generally indicates that the request is too large.

  CAIRO_STATUS_USER_FONT_NOT_IMPLEMENTED
    Indicates that a required callback for a user-font was not implemented.

  CAIRO_STATUS_LAST_STATUS
    This is a special value to indicate the number of status values enumerated
    at compile time. (This may differ to the number known at run-time.)

  The built-in twin font is now called "@cairo:" and supports a limited set
  of options like "@cairo:mono". Where are these specified?

  cairo_in_fill() now uses HTML Canvas semantics, all edges are inside.

New experimental backends:

   CairoScript

New utility:

  cairo-trace and cairo-perf-trace

    cairo-trace generates a human-readable, replayable, compact(-ish!)
    representation of the sequences of drawing commands made by an
    application.

    Under the util/cairo-script directory is a library to replay traces.

    perf/cairo-perf-trace replays traces against multiple backends
    and makes useful benchmark reports. This is integrated with
    'make perf'. You may collect your own traces or take advantage
    of traces collected by the community:

      git://git.cairographics.org/git/cairo-traces

    (Put this into perf/cairo-traces to run these as part of "make perf".)

    There is additional WIP in building a debugging tool for cairo applications
    based on CairoScript (currently very preliminary, mostly serves to show
    that GtkSourceView is too slow) :

      people.freedesktop.org:~ickle/sphinx

Test suite overhaul:

  The test suite is undergoing an overhaul, primarily to improve its speed
  and utility. (Expect more changes in the near future to improve XFAIL
  handling.)

Optimisations:
  polygon rasterisation! Joonas implemented the Tor polygon scan converter,
  on typical geometry is about 30% faster for the image backend.

  Bovine Polaroids! For those not in on the joke, this is the long
  awaited "copy-on-write snapshot" or "COW snapshot" support. The
  user-visible feature is that including the same image multiple times
  into a PDF file should result in only a single instance of that
  image in the final output. This is unlike previous versions of cairo
  which would generate very large PDF files with multiple copies of
  the same image. Adrian says that the PDF is not quite working as
  well as it should yet, so we hope for futher improvements before
  cairo 1.10.

Bug fixes:

  EXTEND_PAD.

  Better handling of large scale-factors on image patterns.

  Emit /Interpolate for PS,PDF images.

  Global glyph cache - cap on the total number of inactive glyphs,
  should prove fairer for fonts with larger glyph sets.

  Compilation without fontconfig

  Improved handling of low-bitdepth sources (e.g. copying the contents
  of 16-bit xserver windows)

Regressions:

  cairo_traps_extract_region >10x slower. Fix pending.

Still to come:

  Region tracking API (ssp) for damage tracking, hit testing etc
  mime-surface

  An expiremental OpenGL backend?

  Tweaks to tessellator, allocations of patterns, delayed
  initialisation of the xlib backend (reduce the cairo overhead of
  render_bench by ~80%).

Revision 1.13 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Oct 16 10:55:09 2008 UTC (13 years, 3 months ago) by drochner
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2010Q2-base, pkgsrc-2010Q2, pkgsrc-2010Q1-base, pkgsrc-2010Q1, pkgsrc-2009Q4-base, pkgsrc-2009Q4, pkgsrc-2009Q3-base, pkgsrc-2009Q3, pkgsrc-2009Q2-base, pkgsrc-2009Q2, pkgsrc-2009Q1-base, pkgsrc-2009Q1, pkgsrc-2008Q4-base, pkgsrc-2008Q4
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update to 1.8.0
from the announcement:
The dominant theme of this release is improvements to cairo's ability
to handle text. The highlights include a new "user fonts" feature as
well as a new cairo_show_text_glyphs API which allows glyphs to be
embedded in PDF output along with their original text, (for searching,
selection, and copy-and-paste). Another major feature is a revamp of
cairo's build system making it much easier to build cairo on various
platforms.

Revision 1.12 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed May 14 15:26:14 2008 UTC (13 years, 8 months ago) by obache
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2008Q3-base, pkgsrc-2008Q3, pkgsrc-2008Q2-base, pkgsrc-2008Q2, cwrapper, cube-native-xorg-base, cube-native-xorg
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Fix to instal cairo-quartz-font.pc.
(and while here, enable quartz-image)

Then atsui support for pango again.

Bump pkgrevision.

Revision 1.11 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Apr 21 11:29:33 2008 UTC (13 years, 9 months ago) by tnn
Branch: MAIN
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Update to cairo-1.6.4.
Major changes between the 1.4 and 1.6 branch:
- Now uses external "pixman" library instead of a bundled one.
- Improvements to PDF, SVG and PostScript output
- New support for arbitrary X server visuals
  (the 8-bit display support patch (patch-ae in pkgsrc) is integrated)
- rendering backend improvements
- various new API additions, while maintaining ABI compatibility
- New Quartz backend
- bug fixes

Revision 1.10 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Jun 8 07:20:53 2007 UTC (14 years, 7 months ago) by wiz
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2008Q1-base, pkgsrc-2008Q1, pkgsrc-2007Q4-base, pkgsrc-2007Q4, pkgsrc-2007Q3-base, pkgsrc-2007Q3, pkgsrc-2007Q2-base, pkgsrc-2007Q2
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Update to 1.4.6:

Release 1.4.6 (2007-05-01 Carl Worth <cworth@cworth.org>)
=========================================================
This is the third update in cairo's stable 1.4 series. It comes a
little less than three weeks since the 1.4.4 release. This release
fixes the broken mutex initialization that made cairo 1.4.4 unusable
on win32, OS/2, and BeOS systems. This release also adds significant
improvements to cairo's PDF backend, (native gradients!), and a couple
of performance optimizations, (one of which is very significant for
users of the xlib backend).

Release 1.4.4 (2007-04-13 Carl Worth <cworth@cworth.org>)
=========================================================
This is the second update release in cairo's stable 1.4 series. It
comes just less than a month after 1.4.2. The changes since 1.4.2
consist primarily of bug fixes, but also include at least one
optimization. See below for details.

There have been lots of individuals doing lots of great work on cairo,
but two efforts during the 1.4.4 series deserve particular mention:

Internal cleanup of error handling, (Chris Wilson)
--------------------------------------------------
Chris contributed a tremendous series of patches (74 patches!) to
improve cairo's handling of out-of-memory and other errors. He began
by adding gcc's warn_unused_attribute to as many functions as
possible, and then launched into the ambitious efforts of adding
correct code to quiet the dozens of resulting warnings.

Chris also wrote a custom valgrind skin to systematically inject
malloc failures into cairo, and did all the work necessary to verify
that cairo's performance test suite runs to completion without
crashing.

The end result is a much more robust implementation. Previously, many
error conditions would have gone unnoticed and would have led to
assertion failures, segmentation faults, or other harder-to-diagnose
problems. Now, more than ever, cairo should cleanly let the user know
of problems through cairo_status and other similar status
functions. Well done, Chris!

More malloc reduction, (Mathias Hasselmann)
-------------------------------------------
After 1.4.0, Behdad launched an effort to chase down excessive calls
to malloc within the implementation of cairo. He fixed a lot of
malloc-happy objects for 1.4.2, but one of the worst offenders,
(pixman regions), was left around. Mathias contributed an excellent
series of 15 patches to finish off this effort.

The end result is a cairo that calls malloc much less often than it
did before. Compared to 1.4.2, 55% of the calls to malloc have been
eliminate, (and 60% have been eliminated compared to 1.4.0). Well
done, Mathias!

Revision 1.9 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Mar 20 15:29:18 2007 UTC (14 years, 10 months ago) by drochner
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2007Q1-base, pkgsrc-2007Q1
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update to 1.4.2
This switches to the new stable branch. Too many changes to list here,
see the changelog.
Most notably: speed improvements, PDF output improvement, API additions,
bugfixes.

Revision 1.8 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Aug 10 13:50:37 2006 UTC (15 years, 5 months ago) by wiz
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2006Q4-base, pkgsrc-2006Q4, pkgsrc-2006Q3-base, pkgsrc-2006Q3
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Update to 1.2.2, some pkglint cleanup:

Release 1.2.2 (2006-08-08 Carl Worth)
=========================================================
This is the first bug fix release in the 1.2 series since the original
1.2.0 release made six weeks ago.

There were some very serious bugs in the 1.2.0 release, (see below),
so everybody is encouraged to upgrade from 1.2.0 to 1.2.2. The 1.2.2
release maintains source and binary compatibility with 1.2.0 and does
not make any API additions.

Fix crashes with BGR X servers
------------------------------
With cairo 1.2.0 many people reported problems with all cairo-using
programs, (including all GTK+ programs with GTK+ >= 2.8) immediately
crashing with a complaint about an unsupported image format. This bug
affected X servers that do not provide the Render extension and that
provide a visual with BGR rather than RGB channel order.

report:	https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7294
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=9ae66174e774b57f16ad791452ed44efc2770a59

Fix the "disappearing text" bug
-------------------------------
With cairo 1.2.0 many people reported that text would disappear from
applications, sometimes reappearing with mouse motion or
selection. The text would disappear after the first space in a string
of text. This bug was caused by an underlying bug in (very common) X
servers, and only affected text rendered without antialiasing, (either
a bitmap font or a vector font with antialiasing disabled). The bug
was also exacerbated by a KDE migration bug that caused antialiasing
to be disabled more than desired.

report:	https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7494
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=456cdb3058f3b416109a9600167cd8842300ae14
see also:
Xorg:	https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7681
KDE:	http://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=23990

Fix broken image fallback scaling (aka. "broken printing")
----------------------------------------------------------
The various "print" backends, (pdf, ps, and svg), sometimes fallback
to using image-based rendering for some operations. In cairo 1.2.0
these image fallbacks were scaled improperly. Applications using cairo
can influence the resolution of the image fallbacks with
cairo_surface_set_fallback_resolution. With the bug, any calue other
than 72.0 would lead to incorrect results, (larger values would lead
to increasingly shrunken output).

report:	https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7533
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=1feb4291cf7813494355459bb547eec604c54ffb

Fix inadvertent semantic change of font matrix translation (Behdad Esfahbod)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
The 1.2.0 release introduced an inadvertent change to how the
translation components of a font matrix are interpreted. In the 1.0
series, font matrix translation could be used to offset the glyph
origin, (though glyph metrics were reported incorrectly in
1.0). However in 1.2.0, the translation was applied to the advance
values betwen each glyph. The 1.2.0 behavior is fairly useless in
practice, and it was not intentional to introduce a semantic
change. With 1.2.2 we return to the 1.0 semantics, with a much better
implementation that provides correct glyph metrics.

fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=84840e6bba6e72aa88fad7a0ee929e8955ba9051

Fix create_similar to preserve fallback resolution and font options (Behdad Esfahbod)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
There has been a long-standing issue with cairo_surface_create_similar
such that font options and other settings from the original
destination surface would not be preserved to the intermediate
"similar" surface. This could result in incorrect rendering
(particulary with respect to text hinting/antialiasing) with
fallbacks, for example.

report:	https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4106
fixes:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=9fcb3c32c1f16fe6ab913e27eb54d18b7d9a06b0
	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=bdb4e1edadb78a2118ff70b28163f8bd4317f1ec

xlib: Fix text performance regression from 1.0 to 1.2.0 (Vladimir Vukicevic)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Several people noticed that upgrading from cairo 1.0 to cairo 1.2.0
caused a significant peformance regression when using the xlib
backend. This performance regression was particularly noticeable when
doing lots of text rendering and when using a high-latency connection
to the X server, (such as a remote X server over an ssh
connection). The slowdown was identified and fixed in 1.2.2.

report:	https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7514
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=b7191885c88068dad57d68ced69a752d1162b12c

PDF: Eliminate dependency on FreeType library dependency (Adrian Johnson)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
The cairo 1.2 series adds a supported pdf backend to cairo. In cairo
1.2.0 this backend required the freetype library, which was an
undesirable dependency on systems such as win32, (cairo is designed to
always prefer the "native" font system). As of cairo 1.2.2 the
freetype library is not required to use the pdf backend on the win32
platform.

report:	https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7538
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=a0989f427be87c60415963dd6822b3c5c3781691

PDF: Fix broken output on amd64 (Adrian Johnson)
------------------------------------------------
report:	http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=349826
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=f4b12e497b7ac282b2f6831b8fb68deebc412e60

PS: Fix broken output for truetype fonts > 64k (Adrian Johnson)
---------------------------------------------------------------
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=067d97eb1793a6b0d0dddfbd0b54117844511a94

PDF: Fix so that dashing doesn't get stuck on (Kent Worsnop)
------------------------------------------------------------
Kent notices that with the PDF backend in cairo 1.2.0 as soon as a
stroke was performed with dashing, all subsequent strokes would also
be dashed. There was no way to turn dashing off again.

fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=778c4730a86296bf0a71080cf7008d7291792256

Fix memory leaks in failure paths in gradient creation (Alfred Peng)
--------------------------------------------------------------------
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=db06681b487873788b51a6766894fc619eb8d8f2

Fix memory leak in _cairo_surface_show_glyphs (Chris Wilson)
------------------------------------------------------------
report:	https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7766
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=e2fddcccb43d06486d3680a19cfdd5a54963fcbd

Solaris: Add definition of cairo_private for some Sun compilers (Alfred Peng)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
report:	https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=341874
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=04757a3aa8deeff3265719ebe01b021638990ec6

Solaris: Change version number of Sun's Xorg server with buggy repeat (Brian Cameron)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
report: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7483
fix:	http://gitweb.freedesktop.org/?p=cairo;a=commit;h=e0ad1aa995bcec4246c0b8ab0d5a5a79871ce235

Various memory leak fixes
-------------------------
Fix memory leak in _cairo_surface_show_glyphs (bug 7766)
Fix file handle leak in failure path (bug 7616)
Fix some memory leaks in the test cases.
Fix some memory leaks in font subsetting code used in print backends.

Documentation improvements (Behdad Esfahbod)
--------------------------------------------
Added new documentation for several functions (cairo_show_page,
cairo_copy_page, cairo_in_stroke, cairo_in_fill).

Fixed some syntax errors that were preventing some existing
documentation from being published.

Fixed several minor typographical errors.

Added an index for new symbols in 1.2.

Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Jul 4 15:14:49 2006 UTC (15 years, 6 months ago) by drochner
Branch: MAIN
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update to 1.2.0
changes:
New, supported backends (PDF, PostScript, and SVG)
misc API extensions
Optimizations and bug fixes

Revision 1.6 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Dec 6 23:14:11 2005 UTC (16 years, 1 month ago) by joerg
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2006Q2-base, pkgsrc-2006Q2, pkgsrc-2006Q1-base, pkgsrc-2006Q1, pkgsrc-2005Q4-base, pkgsrc-2005Q4
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Fix a bug in the thread linkage I introduced earlier. This was most
noticable on NetBSD 1.6, where PTHREAD_LDFLAGS is not set at all.

Revision 1.5 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Oct 2 10:54:37 2005 UTC (16 years, 3 months ago) by jmmv
Branch: MAIN
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Cairo uses pthreads, so link it against the threading library.
Fixes build problems of other packages using cairo (nothing could be linked
with -lcairo before), at least under NetBSD 2.0.  Bump PKGREVISION to 2.

Revision 1.4, Sun Mar 27 12:29:17 2005 UTC (16 years, 9 months ago) by recht
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2005Q3-base, pkgsrc-2005Q3, pkgsrc-2005Q2-base, pkgsrc-2005Q2
Changes since 1.3: +1 -1 lines
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update to cairo-0.4.0

http://cairographics.org/manual/cairo-Microsoft-Windows-Backend.html

Disabled backend: quartz
------------------------
Unfortunately, the quartz backend code is currently out of date with
respect to some recent backend interface changes. So, the quartz
backend is disabled in this snapshot.

If the quartz backend is brought up-to-date before the next snapshot,
we would be glad to make a 0.4.1 snapshot that re-enables it, (we do
not expect many more big backend interface changes).

API Changes
-----------
The font system has been revamped, (as Owen Taylor's work with
integrating pango and cairo gave us the first serious usage of the
non-toy font API).

One fundamental, user-visible change is that the cairo_font_t object
now represents a font that is scaled to a particular device
resolution. Further changes are described below.

 cairo.h
 -------
 Removed cairo_font_set_transform and cairo_font_current_transform.

 Added cairo_font_extents and cairo_font_glyph_extents. See
 documentation for details:

 http://cairographics.org/manual/cairo-cairo-t.html#cairo-font-extents

 cairo-ft.h
 ----------
 The cairo_ft_font API changed considerably. Please see the
 documentation for details:

 http://cairographics.org/manual/cairo-FreeType-Fonts.html

Performance
-----------
Make the fast-path clipping (pixel-aligned rectangles) faster.

Add optimization for applying a constant alpha to a pattern.

Optimize gradients that are horizontal or vertical in device space.

Xlib: When RENDER is not available, use image surfaces for
intermediate surfaces rather than xlib surfaces.

Backend-specific changes
------------------------
 Glitz
 -----
 Major update to glitz backend. The output quality should now be just
 as good as the image and xlib backends.

 Track changes to glitz 0.4.0.

 PDF
 ---
 Various improvements to produce more conformant output.

Internals
---------
David Reveman contributed a large re-work of the cairo_pattern_t
implementation, providing cleaner code and more optimization
opportunities.

 Backend interface changes
 -------------------------
 Rework backend interface to accept patterns, not surfaces for source
 and mask.

 Remove set_matrix, set_filter, and set_repeat functions.

 More sophisticated backend interface for image fallbacks,
 ({acquire,release}_{source,dest}_image() and clone_similar).

Bug fixes
---------
Only install header files for backends that have been compiled.

Fixed some rounding errors leading to incorrectly placed glyphs.

Many other minor fixes.

Revision 1.3 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Feb 17 13:34:16 2005 UTC (16 years, 11 months ago) by xtraeme
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2005Q1-base, pkgsrc-2005Q1
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Update to 0.3.0, this closes PR pkg/29331.

Lots of bugfixes, improvements, etc... please see the NEWS file.

Revision 1.2, Mon Nov 15 03:59:49 2004 UTC (17 years, 2 months ago) by rh
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2004Q4-base, pkgsrc-2004Q4
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Update cairo to 0.2.0.  Changes include:

New license: LGPL/MPL
---------------------
The most significant news with this release is that the license of
cairo has changed. It is now dual-licensed under the LGPL and the
MPL. For details see the COPYING file as well as COPYING-LGPL-2.1 and
COPYING-MPL-1.1.

I express my thanks to everyone involved in the license change process
for their patience and support!

New font and glyph internals

Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat Jul 3 23:01:36 2004 UTC (17 years, 6 months ago) by recht
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2004Q3-base, pkgsrc-2004Q3

Add a patch from the mono project:
pixman_image_set_clip_region expects to take ownership of the
passed-in region, so we create a copy to give it.

bump PKGREVISION to 1

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