Dear all,

I just created a pull request for integration of some new C++ drawing code
into the RDKit:

This is a big one, so I will leave the PR active until the weekend for
people to look at and comment on before I merge onto the master.

The new code supports rendering to SVG, Cairo (optional), and Qt
(optional). Adding support for a new backend is pretty straightforward.

There's still work to be done to allow this to be a replacement for the
Python-based rendering code in rdkit.Chem.Draw, but it's a big step forward.

The original design and code is from Dave Cosgrove. Many thanks to Dave for
the contribution, which is really going to help improve the quality of the
molecule drawings the RDKit produces.

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