[cairo] Render SVG to a framebuffer
koen at dominion.kabel.utwente.nl
Sat Aug 11 00:40:03 PDT 2007
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Hans-Jürgen Koch schreef:
> I have an embedded board with an ARM processor (AT91SAM9263).
> I need to write an application that does the following:
> - Generate SVG code (lines, polygons, text)
> - Render this SVG drawing to the framebuffer
> I don't have X running on the device, and I don't want to
> install a full-blown GTK. I could provide something like
> DirectFB if it helps.
> Question: Is Cairo a good thing for me, or should I look
> at something different?
GPE uses an svg a bootsplash:
The code will take an svn or png and render that to the framebuffer, but it sadly still
BTW, cairo 1.4.10 keeps erroring out with messages about unsupported colour formats when
running on my AT91SAM9263 under X. BGR is a pain in this world where stuff is written for
32 bit RGB framebuffers on a x86 cpu :(
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