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Re: [Gnash-dev] Backend redesign done / AGG near completion

From: Rob Savoye
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Backend redesign done / AGG near completion
Date: Thu, 05 Oct 2006 11:16:18 -0600
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Udo Giacomozzi wrote:

> RS> I'll also have to send you the
> RS> copyright assignment form to the FSF, as Gnash is GPL'd.
> Uhm, what's that?

  It's the standard assignment to the FSF of your changes. This is
required for contributions to a GPL'd program. This only applies to your
Gnash changes, and nothing else. I'll go dig up the form and send it to
you. Thank you for supporting Free software!

> We just got Gnash to work on a little ETRAX 100 LX (100 Mhz CPU w/o
> FPU) with a 320x240 LCD. It's damn slow (as expected) but looks very
> nice. :-)

  Really, at 100Mhz. It's still encouraging that it works at all! :-)
There is an --enable-renderer=agg switch now.

> BTW, the old mesh set cache seems to have never been limited and this
> probably eat up memory. I added a limit in the new design (as
> originally intended by the author).

  Ah, good idea.

        - rob -

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