Well, debian and gentoo are very upset with me for not incrementing
the binary number, so that libwmf-0.2.7 could not be used as a
drop-in replacement for libwmf-0.2.6. My most abject apologies.
I've incremented it this time so that libwmf-0.2.8 can replace
libwmf-0.2.7 (though not libwmf-0.2.6 - which it could, in theory).
Well. libwmf2's included GD now uses a contiguous array of pixels
for its truecolor image buffer, and there's a function in libwmf
which returns a pointer to this array: wmf_gd_image_pixels().
Another new function is wmf_display_size() which gives a better
estimate of the image size than wmf_size() does - thanks to Dom
& Bob for that.
Last, and in a ballpark in a different state from the one where
least is currently pitching, is Dom's brilliant new gtk-pixbuf
loader. (You'll need GTK+-2.1.2 or later for this to work.)
11th December, 2002
Francis James Franklin
`Medium atomic weights are available: Gold, Lead, Copper, Jet, Diamond,
Radium, Sapphire, Silver and Steel.
`Sapphire and Steel have been assigned...'