[cairo] _cairo_surface_wrapper_get_target_extents() too small
simon.sapin at exyr.org
Fri Mar 29 07:43:24 PDT 2013
Le 27/03/2013 13:12, Simon Sapin a écrit :
> When rendering to PDF with WeasyPrint a document containing a SVG image,
> SVG elements in the right and bottom of the image are not shown in some
> git bisect indicates that the bug appeared in this cairo commit:
> Reverting it on top of today’s master fixes the bug.
> WeasyPrint has CairoSVG render the image to an intermediate cairo SVG
> surface, which is then used in surface pattern as a source to paint in
> the final PDF surface. The bug appears when the target context has a
> scale to make the image smaller than its "intrinsic" size. Making the
> SVG surface smaller (with its content scaled accordingly) and
> compensating with a scale on the target surface works around the problem.
> Apparently, the rectangle returned by
> _cairo_surface_wrapper_get_target_extents() is smaller than it should
> be. Something is transformed wrong, but I’m not sure what coordinate
> system each rectangle is supposed to be in.
Based on further research, it appears that the wrapper->transform value
in _cairo_surface_wrapper_get_target_extents() should account for the
target context’s transformation matrix, but doesn’t. wrapper->transform
is always the identity matrix in our tests, even though the context has
a non-identity transform when painting the surface pattern.
Removing any calls to cairo_save() and cairo_restore() also works around
the issue, but for reasons we do not understand.
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