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8233309: implement image rendering options #25

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artemm-bochkarev commented Apr 9, 2020

bicubic is still unimplemented (metal doesn't support it from the box)


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  • JDK-8233309: Implement - Image Rendering Option - Interpolation


$ git fetch pull/25/head:pull/25
$ git checkout pull/25

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@artemm-bochkarev artemm-bochkarev force-pushed the artemm-bochkarev:master branch from b3884a5 to 8d90ece Apr 9, 2020
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