Release Notes: The Mac version of CinePaint is now a native Aqua application based on GTK+OSX, not X11 and not GTK2. It's CinePaint's first release as a Mac DMG disk image, allowsing easy drag-n-drop installation or running from within the disk image. A MacIntel build is available.
Release Notes: Overall stability was improved and many bugs were fixed. This version compiles on Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, and BSD under 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. It also added softproofing, GutenPrint CMS Printing, ICC, and HDR.
Release Notes: A lot of configuration fine-tuning and changes have been done to make this version more stable.
Release Notes: This release focused on fixing problems on Linux and the final integration with the Windows branch. It includes a BMP files plug-in, a SoftImage PIC files plugin, a Guash thumbnail browser, and a UserFilter plug-in. For developers, it includes PICL, the Plug-In Compatibility Layer, GIMP plug-ins are much easier to trick into building, the libgimp directory contains the GIMP PICL shims, and there is an experimental effort at building ImageMagick plugins.
Release Notes: Initial work was made on synchronizing the Unix, Mac, and Windows code. This release may still be a little shaky for Unix users, who are advised to stick to the 0.16 release for now.
Release Notes: This version features the ability to scale brushes to fit brush select window, adds tearoff menus, fixes a byte swap issue for PNG images on OS X, fixes some histogram/levels problems, changes the default image size to 512x512, fixes curves, fixes copying one image to another if there is a selection, fixes an openexr save bug, fixes a cineon and hdr loader bug, and renames the GIMP filenames, amongst other changes.
Release Notes: Support for Mac OS X under Fink.
Release Notes: Some name clashes with gimp were resolved (gimp was renamed to gimptool and filmgimp was renamed to filmgimptool). Some problems with gamma_expose.c were fixed, and conversions for u16 to float16 are now supported. IFF and PNG plugins were also added.
Release Notes: Numous bugfixes, stability improvements, and build improvements. Updates were also included from both RnH and SPI.
Release Notes: This is a roll-up of code that was previously only available via CVS.