David Neary wrote:
The next release in the development series of the GIMP, version 1.3.21, is now available for download from
or from one of the mirrors listed at http://gimp.org/download.html
This is an extra unstable release before we officially go into pre-release mode, because there are still some outstanding API changes to make for plug-in authors which we would like to set in stone for the 2.x series.
This is the most stable development release we have had to date, and there are also a few very nice features which have been added since the last release. So tell your friends, get testing, and keep those bug reports coming in to http://bugzilla.gnome.org.
Happy GIMPing, Dave.
Overview of Changes in GIMP 1.3.21 ================================== - Allow to save tool options as named presets [Mitch]. - Stroke paths using libart [Simon, Bolsh, Mitch, Sven, Ville] - Better looking and more accessible dockables [Mitch] - Fixes for right-to-left rendering [Sven, Mitch] - Rewritten webbrowser plug-in [Brix] - Much improved path tool [Simon, Mitch] - Export GIMP paths to SVG [Sven, Simon] - Import SVG paths as GIMP paths [Sven, Simon] - Added SVG file plug-in from librsvg and improved it [Sven] - Store new vectors in XCF [Simon, Mitch] - Allow to toggle visibility of paths in path list [Mitch] - Move tool now also moves paths [Mitch] - Some progress towards gimp-console, a gtk-less GIMP for batch mode [Mitch] - Improved Decompose/Compose plug-ins [Alexey Dyachenko, Sven] - More SIMD compositing code [Helvetix] - Right mouse buttons now also cancels paint operations [Mitch] - More internal code cleanup and documentation [Mitch, Sven] - Documented libgimpmath [DindinX] - Lots of bug fixes
Other contributors: Adam D. Moss, Dom Lachowicz, Manish Singh, Jakub Steiner,
Christian Neumair, Seth Burgess, Maurits Rijk, David Necas,
Tor Lillqvist, Ville Pätsi
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