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Gimp 2.7.2: rpm package available / Paquet rpm disponible

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Gimp 2.7.2 is now packaged for testing on only Fedora 15. Unfortunately for Fedora 14 users, this application requires higher release of babl and gegl which will come soon.


Français

Gimp 2.7.2 est maintenant disponibible pour évaluation sur Fedora 15 seulement. Malheureusement pour les utilisateurs de Fedora 14, cette application éxige les versions récentes de babl et gegl qui seront lancées bientôt.


Source: http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/luya/gimp/

Comments

nicu said…
Please ping/post when there will be F14 packages too, since in the wake of F15/G3, F14 is going to be a long used release.
Anonymous said…
I'm confused.

Is this a fork?

http://developer.gimp.org/changelog.html indicates that there hasn't been any work on the gimp trunk since January.
Hi Nicu, I will do once I generate newest version of babl and gegl. Apology for late reply due to spam filtering.
Hi Bucky,
This package is actually development of Gimp which is currently 2.7.2.

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