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@ -14,23 +14,21 @@ The best way to create new icons is to use the
tool that ships with Haiku.
The library is written in modern standard C and MIT licensed. When
finished it will feature a parser and rasterizer without any dependencies
beyond *libc*. Furthermore, a toy tool to convert *hvif* files into *png*
files is included.
finished it will feature a parser and and serializer for hvif files
without any dependencies beyond *libc* and multiple simple backends.
Furthermore, a toy tool to convert *hvif* files into *png* files is
included.
The author is not associated with the Haiku project.
## Current Status
The library is currently under heavy development. The current parser
The library is currently under active development. The current parser
should be able to parse *hvif* files created with current Haiku builds,
but is mostly untested. There is no standalone rasterizer yet, but an
experimental rasterizer based on [cairo](https://www.cairographics.org/)
is included. The purpose of this rasterizer is testing. It is not feature
complete, but renders most real world icons reasonably well.
The next step is the preparation of a testing infrastructure. This should
be done before work on the standalone rasterizer begins.
but is mostly untested. There is an experimental rasterizer based on
[cairo](https://www.cairographics.org/) is included. The purpose of this
rasterizer is testing. It is not feature complete, but renders most real
world icons reasonably well.
### Example

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