(Let's keep this discussion on the gimp-developer list. In general,
please don't reply privately to messages sent to a mailing list. At
least in Open Source circles that is commonly considered rude. The
purpose of public mailing lists is to keep the discussion open and
archived.)

 > I am a newbie,and I haven't used Linux. But now I want to study
 > GIMP in Windows.

Do you just want to study (read) the source code? Well, you already
have it... Or do you want to work on implementing some changes or
fixes to GIMP?

 > I really want a project which works as GIMP in Windows.

Hmm, what do you mean with this? Do you want to create a competing
application? Hopefully you aren't planning to use GIMP source code in
a way that is against its license?

 > What should I do?

You can start by describing what programming background you have. It's
impossible to know what kind of advice you need without knowing
that... What programming environments are you used to? What
programming languages have you used? For how many years?

--tml
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