Bug-libxmi -- Bug reports for the GNU libxmi 2-D scan-conversion library.

 

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GNU libxmi is a C function library that rasterizes 2-D geometrical primitives such as polygonal lines, polygons, and arcs. That is, it converts them to in-memory patterns of pixels. Libxmi is based on the rasterization code in the X11 sample display server, but is hardware-independent: it writes to memory, not to a graphics card or display. This list is for reporting bugs and suggesting new features.

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