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Pure Common Lisp anti-aliasing rasterizer
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cl-vectors ========== This library is released under the MIT license. See the MIT-LICENSE file which should be included in the present distribution. The project homepage can be found at the following URL: http://projects.tuxee.net/cl-vectors/ The latest sources can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/fjolliton/cl-vectors Changes ------- version 0.1.5 - 2013-02-13 - the project is now released under the MIT license. It was previously offered under the LLGPL license. version 0.1.4b - 2010-09-25 - added doc.lisp which contains the code used to generate the images for the documentation. The `show-annotated-path' can be useful to experiment with cl-vectors. - added paths:path-transform-as-marker (see documentation) version 0.1.3 - 2007-03-14 - fixed paths:filter-distinct to better choose knots to keep (really eliminating zero length interpolation.) - extended cl-aa protocol to provide a way to sweep only a rectangular zone of the resulting state. (New functions are freeze-state, scanline-sweep, scanline-y and cells-sweep/rectangle.) - added a version of cl-aa specialized for rendering non-antialiased polygon, named aa-bin and included in the cl-aa system definition. version 0.1.2 - 2007-03-08 - fixed make-circle-path. A bug prevented circle creation with non positive coordinates. Also, the circle path doesn't include the zero-length straight line anymore (it was here for historical reason.) - fixed dash transformation when processing arcs. The resultings chunk of arcs were not correctly specified for the :large-arc-flag attribute (it was false all the time.) - vectors:update-state now accept either a path or a list of paths. version 0.1.1 - 2007-03-06 - fixed cl-aa.asd system definition ("cl-aa" -> "aa"). Thanks to Ivan Toshkov. version 0.1 - 2007-03-06 - Initial release.