From: Bruno Martínez (br1_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-07 18:14:40
On Sat, 07 Oct 2006 17:47:52 -0200, Lubomir Bourdev <lbourdev_at_[hidden]>
> There are many imaging/graphics libraries out there. People have
> invested huge efforts to provide efficient and comprehensive set of
> algorithms to do image processing, vector graphics and vision. GIL's
> strategy is not to compete with all other libraries (or we would fail
> miserably!) but to embrace them and allow for efficient integration.
> Betting on GIL doesn't mean you have to give up the speed of Intel's IPP
> library or the high quality rendering of Anti-Grain.
Is there a comparison with Anti-Grain? IIRC it also was representation
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