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Direct-to-memory vector graphics libraries

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Yello I''m looking for a library (C/C++) that can draw simple vector art (lines, polygons, arcs, rectangles etc) to a given bitmap created in memory (8 BPP or 24BPP). This is for a whiteboard collaboration app in progress. I''ve tried out libxmi, but it seems to have problems with polylines and rounded ends - it draws big spikes on sharp edges. Other libraries, like g2, only write directly to a file format. Any suggestions as to a good library for this? Thanks

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I''m trying to keep this platform-independent, especially on the server side.

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Seeing as G2 is open source couldn''t you just modify it so it can use bitmaps in memory?

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