diagrams-cairo

Cairo backend for diagrams drawing EDSL http://projects.haskell.org/diagrams

Version on this page:1.2.0.5
LTS Haskell 12.26:1.4.1
Stackage Nightly 2018-07-09:1.4.1
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BSD-3-Clause licensed by Brent Yorgey
Maintained by [email protected]

Module documentation for 1.2.0.5

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  • Diagrams
    • Diagrams.Backend
      • Diagrams.Backend.Cairo
        • Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.CmdLine
        • Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.Internal
        • Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.List
        • Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.Ptr
        • Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.Text

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diagrams-cairo is a rendering backend for diagrams, a powerful, flexible, declarative domain-specific language for creating vector graphics, using the Haskell programming language.

diagrams-cairo is implemented using the cairo rendering engine and is a fully-featured, officially supported backend for diagrams.

Installation

cabal update && cabal install gtk2hs-buildtools diagrams-cairo

Basic usage

A simple example that uses diagrams-cairo to draw a blue circle:

import Diagrams.Prelude
import Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.CmdLine

d = circle 1 # fc blue

main = mainWith (pad 1.1 d)

Save this to file named Circle.hs and compile it:

ghc --make Circle.hs

This will generate an executable which, when run, outputs a blue circle to some file. Run the executable with the --help option to find out more about how to call it.

$ ./Circle --help
./Circle

Usage: ./Circle [-w|--width WIDTH] [-h|--height HEIGHT] [-o|--output OUTPUT]
                [--loop] [-s|--src ARG] [-i|--interval INTERVAL]
  Command-line diagram generation.

Available options:
  -?,--help                Show this help text
  -w,--width WIDTH         Desired WIDTH of the output image
  -h,--height HEIGHT       Desired HEIGHT of the output image
  -o,--output OUTPUT       OUTPUT file
  -l,--loop                Run in a self-recompiling loop
  -s,--src ARG             Source file to watch
  -i,--interval INTERVAL   When running in a loop, check for changes every INTERVAL seconds.
ommand-line diagram generation.

The output type will be automatically determined from the file extension. Currently PNG, PDF, PS, and SVG are supported.

$ ./Circle -o circle.png -w 400

The command above generates a PNG file with a width of 400px.

Advanced usage

Instead of just creating a standalone executable, the cairo backend can also be called from within a larger program. For more information, see the Diagram.Backend.Cairo module.

Changes

1.2.0.5 (25 December 2014)

  • Allow JuicyPixels-3.2

1.2.0.4 (17 November 2014)

  • Allow lens-4.6

1.2.0.3 (8 October 2014)

  • Allow optparse-applicative-0.11

1.2.0.2 (7 September 2014)

  • Allow optparse-applicative-0.10

1.2.0.1 (22 August 2014)

  • Allow lens-4.4
  • Allow cairo-0.13 and pango-0.13

1.2 (27 May 2014)

  • New features

    • Much improved text support using the pango library instead of cairo’s “toy” text API.

    • Support for linear and radial gradients on strokes and fills.

  • **Dependency/version changes

    • Allow opt-parse-applicative-0.9
    • Allow lens-4.2
    • Allow mtl-2.2
    • Allow transformers-0.4

1.1.0.2 (19 March 2014)

  • Allow lens-4.1

1.1.0.1 (18 March 2014)

  • Allow optparse-applicative-0.8

1.1 (8 March 2014)

  • New features

    • It is now possible to directly output animated GIFs, using the gifMain function.
  • Dependency/version changes

    • allow diagrams-core-1.1 and diagrams-lib-1.1
    • allow unix-2.7
    • allow vector-0.10
  • Bug fixes

    • Don’t explicitly draw final segment of a loop if it is straight (#38)

1.0.1.2 (6 February 2014)

- Require diagrams-lib >= 1.0.1

1.0.1.1: 30 January 2014

- Work around bug in GHC 7.4.2, which can't derive Generic for associated
  data types.

1.0.1: 26 January 2014

- Add `Hashable (Options Cairo R2)` instance

1.0: 25 November 2013

- Re-implement via new backend `RTree` interface.
- Use new command-line interface from `diagrams-lib`.
- Export `B` as an alias for `Cairo` token.

0.7: 9 August 2013

  • New features

    • New renderCairo function for more convenient use of the cairo backend.
    • Lots of Haddock documentation improvements.
  • New instances

    • Show instance for Options Cairo R2.

0.6: 11 December 2012

  • New features

    • New --list option for multiMain to list all available diagrams

    • Major documentation improvements

    • New modules:

      • Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.Ptr, for rendering directly to buffers in memory

      • Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.List, for rendering to a list of lists of pixels.

  • API changes

    • Removal of StyleParam from Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.Text, change functions in that module to accept Style R2. Usage can be fixed by applying these style functions to mempty.

    • GTK rendering has been split out into a new package, diagrams-gtk.

    • The Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.Gtk module is now Diagrams.Backend.Gtk in the diagrams-gtk package.

    • The CairoOptions record has a new boolean cairoBypassAdjust option; when set, the backend should bypass calling adjustDia2D.

    • The GTK output type is gone.

    • There is a new RenderOnly output type, for when you don’t care about the IO action but only want the cairo Render action.

  • Dependency/version changes

    • Upper bounds relaxed to allow base-4.6, unix-2.6, cmdargs-0.10, split-0.2.*, mtl-2.1

    • Add a dependency on time, and conditional compilation to use either ClockTime or UTCTime depending on the version of the directory package

    • Add dependency on colour

    • Lower bound on cairo raised to 0.12.4

  • Bug fixes

    • Fixed looped compile mode, which was repeatedly trying to compile when the code contained errors, instead of trying once and then waiting for a change.

    • Fix a bug where default attributes were not being set when using the “bypass” mode used by the gtk backend. (#16)

0.5.0.2 : 13 May 2012

  • Allow building under mtl 2.1.*

0.5.0.1 : 9 March 2012

  • Remove statement in package description that a development version of gtk2hs must be used with GHC 7.4; this is no longer true as of the 0.12.3 release of gtk2hs.

0.5: 9 March 2012

  • New features

    • New Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.Text module by Michael Sloan, with functions for creating appropriately sized text objects by querying cairo for the size, and related supporting functions.
    • Basic support for animation with animMain function, by generating frames sampled at regular intervals.
    • Proper vertical alignment of default text based on font parameters (Michael Sloan).
    • Requesting just a width or height now causes the other to be computed appropriately.
  • API changes

    • Move Diagrams.Backend.Cairo to Diagrams.Backend.Cairo.Internal and export everything. Diagrams.Backend.Cairo now just re-exports selected functions from Internal. This allows anyone who wants access to the helper/utility functions to import Internal.
  • Dependency/version changes

    • relax cmdargs upper bound
    • GHC 7.4.1 compatibility: update base, filepath, and old-time upper bounds
  • Bug fixes

    • #54: Generate warning for missing image files (Ian Ross).

0.4: 22 October 2011

  • New features:

    • Support for drawing directly to Gtk widgets
    • Support for path fill rule attribute
  • New/improved examples

  • Improved documentation

  • Bug fixes:

    • Warning for unsupported image types (#41)

0.3: 18 June 2011

  • Some new/improved examples

  • New features:

    • simple text support
    • simple support for external PNG images

0.2: 3 June 2011

  • add Typeable and other instances for Cairo type

  • generalize Result type to (IO (), Render ()), so programs that don’t want to generate a file but just want a Render operation (e.g. to use to paint a gtk window) can use the second component.

  • add support for opacity attribute and path clipping

0.1.2: 18 May 2011

  • link to new website

0.1.1: 18 May 2011

  • fix tic-tac-toe example

0.1: 17 May 2011

  • initial preview release