Release Notes: This is the first release in the unstable development series that will lead to a stable GIMP 2.2 release later this year. The main focus in the development branch has been the port to GTK+-2.4 and some general user interface polishing.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release in which quite a number of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release that is officially supported not only on Unix-based operating systems, but also on Microsoft Windows and Macintosh OS X.
Release Notes: The last bugs on the GIMP 2.0 milestone have been fixed in this version.
Release Notes: More than 40 bugs have been fixed since the last pre-release.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: About 40 bugs have been fixed since the last pre-release, and users are encouraged to give this software some heavy testing. Also, now would be a good time to port your GIMP plugins to the new API.
Release Notes: This is a prerelease of the upcoming stable 2.0 release. Not everything is in its final state, but it is close. New in this release is shared memory support for Mac OS X, dashed stroking, a library for thumbnail handling, and a good deal of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This development release gives the libgimp APIs, as well as the user interface, some final polishing. This version works nicely with multi-screen and xinerama setups, plug-ins finally use the same color selector as the core, the display filter infrastructure is improved, and a color proof module using ICC profiles is added.
Release Notes: This release features lots of bugfixes, and also introduces some new features like a dockable histogram and improved session management.