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new canvas widget for GTK+ that uses the cairo 2D library

GooCanvas is a new canvas widget for GTK+ that uses the cairo 2D library for drawing. It has a model/view split, and uses interfaces for canvas items and views, so you can easily turn any application object into canvas items.

This package contains the shared library

Package version:0.13-1


			   Welcome to GooCanvas

	         (a cairo-based canvas widget for GTK+)

         GooCanvas Home Page :

GooCanvas is similar in many ways to GnomeCanvas and FooCanvas.
But it uses cairo for rendering, has an optional model/view split,
and uses interfaces for items & models (so you can easily turn any


GooCanvas 0.13	(Nov 30 2008)

 o New GooCanvasGrid item for drawing grids on the canvas.
 o Support for static items that don't move as the canvas is zoomed
   and scrolled (this is a bit experimental).
 o Font hinting is not turned off any more - this means smaller text should
   be more readable. Hopefully it doesn't affect text layout.
 o Fixed a few GooCanvasTable drawing bugs.


goocanvas (0.13-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New Upstream Version (Closes: #507077)
  * Update debian/10_relibtoolize patch.
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.0. No changes needed. 

 -- Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo <>  Sun, 07 Dec 2008 17:18:43 +0100

goocanvas (0.12-0ubuntu1) intrepid; urgency=low

  * New upstream release (LP: #272222)
    - Use the tables' fill and stroke colors to


2008-11-30  Damon Chaplin  <>

	* Released GooCanvas 0.13

2008-11-19  Damon Chaplin 


NOTE: I am no longer actively developing GooCanvas, so no major new
features will be added (unless 


Damon Chaplin <>


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