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Timestamp:
Mar 5, 2006, 7:43:13 PM (14 years ago)
Author:
Sam Hocevar
Message:

A new low-level text management library (canvas for ultrafast compositing

of unicode letters) is now separated from the higher level rendering and I/O
(that is, libcaca). This commit totally breaks the API, but once everything
is polished I will think about source-level backward compatibility. Most
drivers are broken, but X11 still sorta works.

The new design is much more object-oriented and allows having several

active renderers at the same time, changing renderers on the fly, and more
important, having no renderer at all (useful for converters, or when you
want to do your own renderer).

And in case you are still wondering, the libcucul acronym has "Unicode"

because I want to support at least a subset of Unicode. There are awesome
glyphs in it, including the ones inherited from Codepage 437 such as
"gray 25%" that are used in DOS and Win32 ANSI art.

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  • libcaca/trunk/configure.ac

    r487 r524  
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    1515AC_LIBTOOL_WIN32_DLL
    16 AC_DISABLE_SHARED
    1716AM_PROG_LIBTOOL
    1817
     
    175174AC_SUBST(MATH_LIBS)
    176175AC_SUBST(CACA_LIBS)
     176AC_SUBST(CUCUL_LIBS)
    177177
    178178# Optimizations
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