Re: Cairo 0.01 (unstable)

On Tue, 2005-08-16 at 17:24 +0200, Scott Lanning wrote:

Cairo provides Perl bindings for the vector graphics library cairo.  It
supports multiple output targets, including the X Window Systems, PDF,
and PNG.  Cairo produces identical output on all those targets and makes
use of hardware acceleration wherever possible.

I see that it's supposed to be a replacement graphics
library for Mozilla.

I don't know about this one.

How would you use it from Perl-Gtk?

In theory, you'd ask GTK+ to create a cairo context for a particular
drawable which you could then use to draw on the screen.  This
functionality isn't wrapped in the Perl bindings yet, and is very
unlikely to appear in the upcoming stable release.  We do plan to put
this stuff in a new 1.11x release once 1.100 is out, though.


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