lp:lib2geom

Created by Krzysztof Kosinski on 2016-03-05 and last modified on 2016-07-01
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Owner:
Krzysztof Kosinski
Project:
lib2geom
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Development

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Import Status: Failed

This branch is an import of the HEAD branch of the Git repository at https://github.com/inkscape/lib2geom.git.

The import has been suspended because it failed 5 or more times in succession.

Last successful import was on 2016-08-25.

Import started on 2016-08-29 on pear and finished on 2016-08-29 taking 20 seconds — see the log
Import started on 2016-08-27 on neumayer and finished on 2016-08-27 taking 40 seconds — see the log
Import started on 2016-08-26 on pear and finished on 2016-08-26 taking 25 seconds — see the log
Import started on 2016-08-25 on pear and finished on 2016-08-25 taking 20 seconds — see the log

Recent revisions

2512. By Alvin Penner on 2016-07-01

check for zero SBasis. (LP Bug 1593963)

2511. By Krzysztof Kosinski on 2016-06-15

Merge pull request #6 from jabiertxof/fixRescaleForNonVanishingEnds

fix hangs on RescaleForNonVanishingEnds

2510. By Diederik van Lierop on 2016-05-21

Adjust some thresholds for finding intersections in elliptical arcs

See https://bugs.launchpad.net/inkscape/+bug/1479167

2509. By Alvin Penner on 2016-04-07

avoid higher-order calculations if sbasis is cubic. (LP Bug 1559721)

2508. By Alvin Penner on 2016-03-09

fix logic error in sbasis_to_cubic_bezier. (Bug 1545632)

2507. By Liam P. White on 2016-03-04

Fix for lp bug 1545489

2506. By Krzysztof Kosinski on 2016-02-15

Adjust Travis CI configuration.

GCC on OSX is not very interesting, and this setup will allow adding
a Doxygen post-build step that runs only on Linux Clang.

2505. By Krzysztof Kosinski on 2016-02-15

Merge pull request #2 from objarni/patch-1

TravisCI build image added

2504. By Krzysztof Kosinski on 2016-02-15

Revert to the previous meaning of Line::versor() and Ray::versor().

By definition, a "versor" is a normalized vector. Restore the previous
behavior of versor() for Line and Ray, and introduce a new method called
vector() which returns the unnormalized difference between initial
and final point.

2503. By Krzysztof Kosinski on 2016-02-12

Add ragel to Travis build environment

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