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Re: [E-devel] xrender engine patch
On Fri, 9 Jun 2006 04:34:07 GMT "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> babbled:
> Thanks for the feedback on this :)
> Again, the issue here:
> > Here's a question for everyone here on this list:
> > "What is the result of scaling a *bordered-image* which
> > has a white center and a red border?"
> > What should the result look like?
> My awnser is something along the lines of: "It looks like an
> image with a white center and a red border".
> I believe that most would agree with the above as to what
> scaling a "bordered-image" *should* do, rather than what evas has
> been doing, which can be roughly said to be:
> "It looks like an image with a red top&left border, and with
> a center that varies from white to red towards the right and bottom
> The xrender patch I sent actually makes the xrender engine
> behave as 'desired' (though it requires going thru an extra step
> right now, which is a performance hit... but that can be eliminated
> a bit later).
> If everyone agrees that this semantics should be the
> preferred one, I will send a patch to make the software engines
> respect this as well (there'll be no performance hit to get this,
> I'll actually make them a tiny bit faster).
> If not, then I'd recommend that raster revert that last
> xrender patch I sent.
i think it's fine to move forward :) ie - patches! :) (ie the semantics
discussed are fine by me).
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