Release candidates in main - was: GIMP *final* release for Gutsy?
alejandro.bonilla at hp.com
Fri Nov 9 14:01:52 UTC 2007
On Fri, 2007-11-09 at 13:47 +0000, randall wrote:
> Greg K Nicholson wrote:
> > Kai Schroeder:
> >> Now, every time they start the gimp, a
> >> splash screen appears which says "release candidate"
> > (Actually, it says “release conadidate”, for me anyway :) )
> at least we have a bug now!
I have to say there were too many replies on this Subject, instead of
just... Putting Upstream the new Version on ubuntu-updates, or whichever
makes more sense for whoever decides this.
Someone wants a bug to give this update a reason? Well, there is a
reason why this is a release candidate and not the Final. But here's the
list. :) While arguing on moving from 2.4.0RC3, you can move at once to
2.4.1, pretty much Bug Fixed.
GNU Image Manipulation Program
2.4 Stable Branch
This is the stable branch of GIMP. No new features are being added
here, just bug-fixes.
Changes in GIMP 2.4.1
- fixed a minor display rendering problem
- improved the workaround for broken graphics card drivers (bug #421466)
- fixed a crash with broken scripts and plug-ins (bug #490055)
- fixed potential syntax error in configure script (bug #490068)
- fixed parsing of floating point numbers in Script-Fu (bug #490198)
- fixed potential crash when converting an indexed image to RGB (bug #490048)
- update the histogram while doing color corrections (bug #490182)
- fixed another crash with broken plug-ins (bug #490617)
- fixed problems on Win32 when GIMP is installed into a non-ASCII path
- fixed handling of truncated ASCII PNM files (bug #490827)
- make sure that there's always a cursor, even for small brushes (bug #491272)
- fixed line-drawing with a tablet and the Shift key (bug #164240)
- added code to use the system monitor profile on OS X (bug #488170)
- show changes to the rounded corners in the Rectangle Select tool (bug #418284)
- reduced rounding errors in the display render routines (bug #490785)
- translation updates (ca, de, et, lt, mk, pa, sv)
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