Lasem 0.2.0 released


Lasem 0.2.0 "Hé bien, il est temps !" is now available.

Lasem is a library for rendering SVG and Mathml, implementing a DOM like
API. It's based on GObject and use Pango and Cairo for the rendering.
Included in the package, there is a simple application, lasemrender,
which is able to convert a Mathml, a latex math or a SVG file to either
a PNG, PDF or SVG image.

To be honest, it's available since february. There's not a lot of
changes since 0.1.2, except this version is a "stable" one. The build
system has been tweaked in order to allow parallel installation of the
stable serie and the future development versions. And I've added
gobject-introspection support.

The MathML part is supposed to be in better shape than the  SVG one, but
both should be usable in a "parse and render" scenario.

A Lasem python binding, developed by Jorn Baayen, is available here:

Here's the changes since the last announced release:

      * [Build] update itex2mml to the 1.3.15 release ; 
      * [MathML] migration of the attribute handling to
        lsm_attribute_manager ; 
      * [MathML] a <lasem:itex> element was added for easy integration
        of itex expression in a mathml tree ; 
      * [SVG] leak fixes ; 
      * [Build] Lasem is now parallel installable ; 
      * [Build] gobject-introspection support.

Lasem 0.2.0 is available for download at:

Development happens in a git repository hosted on the GNOME servers:

There's even a bugzilla product:

And from time to time, I blog about Lasem:

        Emmanuel Pacaud.

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