librsvg 2.53.1

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.


While it is not a user-visible change, Jordan Petridis has ported
librsvg's Continuous Integration (CI) infrastructure to use
Freedesktop CI Templates.  This lets us test librsvg easily on
different environments.  If you want your environment tested, now is
the time to add it!

- #599 - Fix incorrect text rendering when text has different scales
  in the X/Y axes.  This regressed after librsvg 2.52.5, when Pango
  had to revert its fix for the same bug.  Now librsvg renders all
  text as paths, and does the scaling itself.  Please file a bug if
  you have evidence that this presents a performance problem for you.

- Update to the latest gtk-rs release (Bilal Elmoussaoui).

- Port to Freedesktop CI Templates (Jordan Petridis).

- Visual Studio builds can work from a git checkout now (Chun-wei Fan)

- Windows build fixes (Martin Hertz, Chun-wei Fan)

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