[cairo] [BISECTED] possible regression with cario 1.12.10-1
guillaume.ayoub at kozea.fr
Tue Jan 22 06:17:50 PST 2013
Le mardi 22 janvier 2013 à 20:23 +0700, Emmanuel Benisty a écrit :
> > after upgrading cairo 1.12.8-2 -> 1.12.10-1 from archlinux [extra], i
> > found that zooming of images in GIMP (2.8.2 stable as well as 2.9 GIT
> > master) didn't work properly anymore:
> > as soon as the image gets larger than the size GIMP displays on opening
> > the file (fit into window), the image breaks up into apparently random,
> > rectangular tiles. panning the image so that parts of it leave the screen
> > restores those parts.
> > also, using tools like scissors or path, leaves artefacts on the image
> > that can be removed the same way, i.e., swivelling / panning the image
> > across all screen borders.
> > i've tried various things, like downgrading kernel & video drivers, to no
> > avail. finally it was suggested on the arch users' mailing list to
> > downgrade cairo, which solved the problem.
> this is caused by:
> commit a73e7ff0186176bc82cd3ae1432c054c1fd3aebd
> Author: Chris Wilson <chris at chris-wilson.co.uk>
> Date: Sun Jan 6 11:29:27 2013 +0000
Reverting a73e7ff (and related dd20c1f) fixes the bug in Epiphany.
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