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CVS commit: wip/clutter

Module name:    wip
Committed by:   obache
Date:           Wed Jan 20 05:21:51 UTC 2010

Modified Files:
        wip/clutter: Makefile PLIST distinfo

Log Message:
Update clutter development snapshot to 1.1.6.

Clutter 1.1.6 (18/01/2010)

  * List of changes since Clutter 1.1.4

    o Some fixes for the Win32 backend (bug #1905).

    o Profiling support via the UProf library. Configure with
      --enable-profile to get a report after each Clutter application is

    o Improved conformance tests with coverage reports via gcov.

    o ClutterTexture no longer tries to read back texture data into
      g_malloc'd memory on unrealize (bug #1842).

    o The CGL_* defines from cogl-defines.h have been removed. These
      should not have been used by any applications, but if they were
      being used then please replace them either with the Cogl enums or
      with the appropriate GL_* enum if you are using GL directly.

    o Added a delete-event signal to the stage.

    o Fix for using cogl_rectangle with different texture coordinates
      for multiple layers (bug #1937).

    o Fix for using stencil and depth buffers in FBOs on Intel drivers
      in Mesa (bug #1873).

    o Support for subtitles in ClutterMedia.

    o ClutterGLX will now use an RGB visual by default. For
      applications (and toolkit integration libraries) that want to
      enable the ClutterStage:use-alpha property there is a new
      function: clutter_x11_set_use_argb_visual().

    o Fix ClutterText to allow using Pango markup and attributes in
      the same actor (bug #1940).

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