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The Cairo 2D vector graphics library DirectFB build (dummy package)

Cairo is a multi-platform library providing anti-aliased vector-based rendering for multiple target backends.

This is a legacy compatibility package that provides files at locations that are deprecated now. Anything required to run Cairo+DirectFB binaries is in the libcairo2 package.

Package version:1.6.4-7


Cairo - Multi-platform 2D graphics library

What is cairo
Cairo is a 2D graphics library with support for multiple output
devices. Currently supported output targets include the X Window
System, win32, and image buffers, as well as PDF, PostScript, and SVG
file output. Experimental backends include OpenGL (through glitz),
Quartz, XCB, BeOS, OS/2, and DirectFB


Release 1.6.4 (2008-04-11 Carl Worth <>)
The cairo community is wildly embarrassed to announce the 1.6.4
release of the cairo graphics library. This release reverts the xlib
locking change introduced in 1.6.4, (and the application crashes that
it caused).  The community would be glad to sack its current release
manager and 


cairo (1.6.4-7) unstable; urgency=low

  * ACK NMU, thanks Joss.
  * debian/patches/03_buggy-repeat.dpatch:
    + Patch from the Mozilla team to work around a bug in
      some buggy X video drivers that cause incorrect image
      rendering (Closes: #495620 and many duplicates).

 -- Sebastian Dröge <>  Thu, 04 Dec 2008 18:20:31 +0100

cairo (1.6.4-6.1) unstable; urgency=low



commit 08a804806355d99d7968976d6afb98bbc0f2613d
Author: Carl Worth <>
Date:   Fri A


Josh Aas <> Memory leak fix for quartz backend
Daniel Amelang <> Man


This is the Debian package of the Cairo multi-platform 2D graphics library

Packaged by Dave Beckett

Browse inside libcairo-directfb2_1.6.4-7_i386.deb

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