Re: Pango-0.14 released

hi owen,

Thanks for the update. I have a question on the license. Could i use
pango api and modules (either in portions or as a whole) in other
open-source projects such as mozilla, open-office or any other? Is this 
info available online somewhere?


>Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2001 15:14:12 -0400
>From: Owen Taylor <otaylor redhat com>
>Subject: Pango-0.14 released
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>Pango-0.14 is now at:
>About Pango:
>The goal of the Pango project is to provide an open-source framework
>for the layout and rendering of internationalized text. Pango is an
>offshoot of the GTK+ and GNOME projects, and the initial focus is
>operation in those environments, however there is nothing
>fundamentally GTK+ or GNOME specific about Pango. Pango uses Unicode
>for all of its encoding, and will eventually support output in all the
>worlds major languages.
>Changes between 0.13 and 0.14
>* Win32 improvements [Tor]
>* Much better boundary resolution using algorithms from the Unicode
>  standard [Havoc]
>* Initial support for anti-aliased TrueType and OpenType fonts
>  using the Xft and Xrender libraries from XFree86 4. [Owen]
>* Fix the FreeType support on Unix so it can be used for the frame-buffer 
>  port of GTK+. [Alex]
>* Fix up module building [Alex]
>* Add average-character-width font metric [Havoc]
>* Bug fixes
>* This release requires the soon-to-be-released GLib-1.3.3
>* This does not include either Vikram's new Tamil shaper or
>  the improvements in the latest Fribidi. I'll make another
>  release soon.
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