librsvg 2.54.0

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.


This is a summary of the 2.53.x release notes; you can also read them
for more detail.  Not many new features; we've been working on
infrastructure and documentation.

- Librsvg now supports SVG2 geometry properties for these elements:
  rect, circle, ellipse, image, svg (Jeremias Ortega).

- #721 - Catch circular references when rendering patterns.

- The C API documentation now uses gi-docgen instead of gtk-doc.
  Rsvg-convert's man page is now converted to reStructuredText instead
  of troff.

- The "Recommendations for applications" chapter in the documentation
  is much improved!


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