[cairo] Engaging 64 bit precision
richard.n.procter at gmail.com
Wed Aug 11 14:14:57 PDT 2010
I'd like to use a 64 bit type in cairo's path calculations and at
least 30 bits of fractional precision. This looks tantalizingly
possible going by the defines in cairo-fixed-type-private.h.
Has anyone already done this or have any pointers on how to go about it?
I see there's a warning that CAIRO_FIXED_BITS "must be 32" as the
tesselator makes assumptions about the fixed type, however I don't
believe I'm using it as I am using/abusing cairo only for its clean
path construction API and python bindings (having pdf debug output in
development has also been very handy, too).
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