Category Archives: cairomm

Feeling Productive

All the recent talk about tetris and canvases and animation prompted me to pick up the C++ bindings for clutter again and play around with it. I’ve added support for the clutter-cairo library and ported the ‘flowers’ demo to cluttermm. I’ve also spent some time in the past week adding a marginally useful feature to […]

Releases galore

It feels like I’ve been making software releases like crazy lately. I guess people who’ve been involved in GNOME for a while probably feel this way regularly when release time comes around, but it’s sort of a first for me. cairomm I’ve been hacking on cairomm and gtkmm for quite a while now, but cairomm […]

cairomm updates

I’ve been working to get cairomm up to speed lately. I’ve wrapped pretty much all of the new API from the new cairo 1.2.0 release, so cairomm should be fairly full-featured now. There are a couple of significant issues to deal with before an official 1.2.0 release of cairomm, the most important of which is […]