On Sun, 06 Oct 2002, Hans Breuer wrote:
> ... you don't plan to help with the transition to GObject
> based DiaRenderer(s).
> That said, here is what currently already works (with
> probably minor build issues on *nix, cause all this work
> was done on win32) :
> There is a new DiaRenderer class and a DiaInteractiveRenderer
> interface defined in libdia. The DiaRenderer implementation
> lives in libdia, the additional DiaInteractiveRenderer interface
> is implemented in app/*
> - RendererGdk is ported to be DiaGdkRenderer
> - RendererPixmap has vanished. The render to pixmap facility
> is implemented on top of DiaGdkRenderer (parametrization)
> - DiaRenderer has default implementations for higher level
> renderer function like draw_bezier (approximation with
> draw_line, moved from RendererGdk, *_rounded_*, etc.)
So is the 'function overloading' done with the GLib stuff or with the same
mechanism as before? Looking at the GLib function overloading, it seems
rather heavy-weight, with before and after functions.
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