Re: Compiling a GTK application on windows

> Cairo replaced Pango long ago and should be used in newly written code
> (imho).

Please note the current cairo API docs say:

The functions with glyphs in their name form cairo's low-level text
API. The low-level API relies on the user to convert text to a set of
glyph indexes and positions. This is a very hard problem and is best
handled by external libraries, like the pangocairo that is part of the
Pango text layout and rendering library. Pango is available from

Cairo does not replace Pango, Pango adds functionality to Cairo.


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