The canvas widget is a powerful and extensible object-oriented display
engine. A GnomeCanvasItem is a GtkObject representing some element of the
display, such as an image, a rectangle, an ellipse, or some text. You can
refer to this architecture as structured graphics; the canvas lets you deal
with graphics in terms of items, rather than an undifferentiated grid of
The GNOME canvas is an engine for structured graphics that
offers a rich imaging model, high performance rendering, and a
powerful, high-level API. It offers a choice of two rendering
back-ends, one based on Xlib for extremely fast display, and
another based on Libart, a sophisticated, antialiased,
alpha-compositing engine. Applications have a choice between
the Xlib imaging model or a superset
What's new since 2.30.2
* Fix delivering of scroll events again (Paul Davis)
* Carles Ferrando (ca@valencia)
* Gheyret T.Kenji (ug)
* Sahran (ug)
* Wei-Lun Chao (zh_TW, zh_CN)
What's new since 2.30.1
* Takayuki KUSANO (ja)
* Dirgita (in)
* Fran Diéguez (g
libgnomecanvas (2.30.3-1.2) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Revert conversion to Multi-Arch: same done in 2.30.3-1.1.
This needs to be done coordinated with changes to libglade2.
* Keep the Multi-Arch: foreign change for libgnomecanvas-common.
-- Thijs Kinkhorst <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 14 Oct 2012 17:39:04 +0000
libgnomecanvas (2.30.3-1.1) unstable; urgency=low