librsvg 2.49.0

About librsvg

Librsvg takes SVG documents and renders them into Cairo contexts. It
is used throughout GNOME to render things like scalable icons, in
image viewers to view SVGs easily, or to generate thumbnails for SVG
files. Other projects like Wikimedia and ImageMagick use librsvg for
their SVG rendering needs. Librsvg exports its API through GObject
Introspection, so bindings for other programming languages can be
created for it in an automated fashion.


- Memory consumption of parsed SVG data is greatly reduced.  Property
  values, path data, and text nodes now use much less memory than
  before.  Thanks to Sergey "Shnatsel" Davidoff and Adam Reichold for
  their contributions.

- With that reduction in memory consumption, librsvg can now load up
  to 1 million XML elements.  This is a hard limit to avoid malicious
  files consuming arbitrary amounts of memory.

- #508 - radialGradient now supports the "fr" property from SVG2
  (Dunja Lalic, Corentin Rossignon).

- Sven Neumann has written a fantastic test suite for rsvg-convert(1).
  Now we can modify this program with confidence.

- Many, many cleanups (Paolo Borelli).

- #594 - Only compute locale information for elements that need it.

- As usual, thanks to Bastien Orivel for keeping dependent crates updated.

- Fix Windows builds without PangoFT2.

- Benchmarks of internal functions work now.  You can run "cargo bench"
  in librsvg/ and rsvg_internals/.

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