Commit 4dfe0ce4 authored by Kristian Høgsberg's avatar Kristian Høgsberg
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2005-03-21 Kristian Høgsberg <krh@redhat.com>

        * NEWS, TODO: Update these.
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2005-03-21 Kristian Høgsberg <krh@redhat.com>
* NEWS, TODO: Update these.
2005-03-21 Kristian Høgsberg <krh@redhat.com>
From Albert Astals Cid <tsdgeos@yahoo.es>:
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Release 0.2.0 (Not out yet...)
- Add glib wrapper for poppler
- Support for page labels
Release 0.1.2 (Wed Mar 9 10:45:58 EST 2005)
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Here's the plan as of March 21:
- Finish glib and qobject wrappers and get rid of the 80
header files that current constitute the poppler public API.
Make sure the APIs are usable for kpdf and evince and other
tools that use poppler (thumbnailers, metadata plugins
etc.).
- Make the cairo backend feature complete and optimize the
heck out of it.
- Investigate better (that is, normal) text selection.
Convert to use as much existing infra-structure as possible:
- drop t1lib
- drop t1lib entirely
- use fontconfig
- dont use /etc/xpdf.rc, add abstraction that can work with
GNOME and KDE configuration systems (GConf and ?)
- improve cairo backend
- use jasper for jpeg2000 decoding
- use jasper for jpeg2000 decoding?
- use littlecms for color management?
- use libtiff for ccitt decoding?
......@@ -16,16 +29,14 @@ Performance:
hack around some of it in the cairo backend)
- move away from getChar to a more read(2) like interface
Maybe:
Done:
- rename GString etc in goo lib to make it more glib friendly
- make splash optional
- Install poppler-splash.pc and poppler-cairo.pc to indicate
available backends. Alternatively, just hide the backend
choice from the application. This is done now, but for this
to work properly, we really need multiple .so's.
- make c-wrapper so GNOME projects won't need to use C++ (no
glib, just a plain c wrapper so you can compile against and
link to it using only C tools)
[ This will go away again once we get the wrappers done. ]
Done:
- rename GString etc in goo lib to make it more glib friendly
- make splash optional
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