[SOLVED] Pasting a png image on another through CAIRO library
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I've only played around with Cairo before, so I am no expert at it, so I don't know how to do what you want. But I am certain is it possible.
One thing that bothers me about most Cairo tutorials is that they assume you will use it with GTK, and I certainly don't understand all the details of it's inner workings. Can't they just use PNG or Xlib?
Now here's the good news, I've managed to paste 2 png images on a base png image w.r.t Cairo!
No I didn't copy this whole code from somewhere, I applied little logic and got the problem solved
Here by I have attached the final png. The base is a black colored png image.
On the right side of the base image there is a map png pasted.
On the left side of the base image there is a box png pasted (blue one).