A new GEGL release a short time after the first, it should now build
or be closer
to building on more systems. Work is underway to make it possible to
use GEGL from both python and ruby. A preliminary ruby binding can be
found at http://pippin.gimp.org/rgegl/.

What is GEGL?

GEGL is a graph based image processing framework offering
non-destructive image processing and compositing on large images. GEGL
is suitable for projects ranging from small one-off projects to
interactive applications.

What's new in 0.0.6

- hit detection code
- handling of relative/absolute path names for XML.
- merged two classes to simplify code and trickery needed in bindings.
- build fixes for Win32 and FreeBSD
- temporary disabled custom cairo in test application.
- png and EXR improvements.

Contributors to this release: Dominik Ernst, Kevin Cozens, Micael
Schumacher and Øyvind Kolås.

Where to get GEGL

GEGL and it's dependencies babl and glib can be fetched from:


The integrity of the tarballs can be verified with:

sha1sum *.bz2
418fcea826b13dc4a383575edfc71d58f429c2f7  babl-0.0.10.tar.bz2
dd453eafda198f81b4ec8002fa263e601768209d  gegl-0.0.6.tar.bz2
30cf64bc5c93d5fbba23ea00fb9270d29fb81f8d  glib-2.12.6.tar.bz2

Where to get more information about GEGL

Information about GEGL can be found at the GEGL website http://www.gegl.org/

/Øyvind Kolås
«The future is already here. It's just not very evenly distributed»
                                                 -- William Gibson
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