Librsvg 2.45.3 is out!
This is the first release where all the real work of the library is done in #rustlang. The public API, still in C, is mostly just an empty shell now that immediately calls into Rust. I don't want to chant "WE DID IT" just yet, but I kind of want to, you know?
Special thanks to Paolo Borelli for making this possible.
Next step: actually implementing the GObject boilerplate in Rust.
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