my previous posting does not stand a quality test, to put it mildly.
To save the list from multiple nearly indentical follow-ups,
i thinks it's best to bundle my replies here.
My apologies for the noise.
> Thanks to GEGL's dynamic nature, the sRGB->CMYK separation will be "live", so
> the resulting CMYK can be cross-checked immediately, like read-after-write
> good old audio tapes.
that's my personal wishful thinking. I have to take the blame for misguiding
user interface speculations.
> Yet AFAIKS none of the examples has shown a
> requirement for doing actual image processing in CMYK space
this is plain wrong. Already the levels & curves example shuts me up.
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