Quoting Joseph Heled <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> There is actually lots of the functionality I need support (and some I need
> do) in the gimp already, if only the gimp was 16 bits ready.
> So, I wonder, any estimate how far in the future it is?
Any estimate that you get will be unreliable, most likely, given the track
record of the project. That said, I'll give you one.
End of 2005. That is, 2.2.0 in September 2004, GEGL 1.0 (the minimum of
functionality the GIMP core needs to use it) sometime around February 2005
(pure guess), and then 6 months to actually use it, followed by a 3 month
pre-release cycle. That gives a release around Christmas 2005. Of wourse, this
might well be complete fiction.
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