[cairo] 3rd release candidate for cairo 1.4.12 available

Baz brian.ewins at gmail.com
Sat Nov 24 10:10:56 PST 2007

On Nov 24, 2007 5:15 PM, Carl Worth <cworth at cworth.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Nov 2007 02:27:20 +0000, Baz wrote:
> > I'm afraid it's still bad :(
> > 63e0bc28584c7d661a3a6f7e91630b39792b6de0
> > This fails to build when you enable atsui. The cherry uses 'return
> > _cairo_error(...)'  but the change that made that work
> > (d90d4bb6b99e0a912650234e28d097ea76c1cecc) isn't in. Looks like the
> > other quartz fixes after this have the same problem.
> ...
> > Looks like a partial fix has been applied for the _cairo_error
> > problems, since this wasn't in the original commit. Reinserting the
> > '_cairo_error(' fixes this, and I can build.
> >
> > Tests look much the same as 1.4.10 after that (I'll pic the REF_DIR
> > patches and check that properly tomorrow)
> Can you post your working tree somewhere? Either a git commit or a tar
> file would be just fine.

Will this do? Its a tree with the surface mask patch removed, the
_cairo_error patch added, and the remaining patches fixed up to match.

It was based on your last 1.4, but due to the way it was made (stg
uncommitting a bunch of patches, and inserting fixes) its not just
patches on the top.

> I don't have ready access to a machine to test-compile this stuff, so
> I'd be very likely to get it wrong if I tried to duplicate your fixes.
> Thanks,
> -Carl
> > Is there no way to upgrade to a later gitweb? The one on kernel.org
> > has a nifty feature to do snapshot tgz's for arbitrary commits; which
> > is latest is obvious because you get these browsing the history. I'm
> > not sure if that version would be any kinder to annarchy though.
> Not something I'm going to touch, certainly. If someone wanted to
> raise the issue with sitewranglers at freedesktop.org...

I'll raise a bug.

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