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Name: libgimp-2_0-0 Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 2.10.30 Vendor: SUSE LLC <>
Release: 150400.3.8.2 Build date: Tue Nov 8 09:46:14 2022
Group: System/Libraries Build host: sheep65
Size: 775512 Source RPM: gimp-2.10.30-150400.3.8.2.src.rpm
Summary: The GNU Image Manipulation Program - Libraries
The GIMP is an image composition and editing program. GIMP offers
many tools and filters, and provides a large image manipulation
toolbox and scripting.

This package provides GIMP libraries.






* Mon Aug 01 2022
  - Add gimp-CVE-2022-32990.patch: fix crash in
    gimp_layer_invalidate_boundary (boo#1201192 CVE-2022-32990).
* Tue Jun 07 2022
  - Add gimp-CVE_2022-30067.patch: fix out of memory when reading
    XCF (boo#1199653 CVE-2022-30067).
  - Set LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib64/ for ppc64le and aarch64,
    to avoid "load error: cannot allocate memory in static TLS block"
    when building.
* Tue Dec 21 2021
  - Update to 2.10.30
    - Core:
    - Do not follow subpixel font rendering choice from system
      settings for text layer rendering. These systems are useful
      for GUI rendering on a screen of a specific type and pixel
      order. Yet when rendering an image which can be zoomed in or
      out, showed on various screens or even printed, subpixel font
      rendering doesn't make sense.
    - Rewrite the core selection drawing logics so that it works on
      macOS Big Sur and over. This is a backport (adapted to GTK+2)
      of the fix brought in GIMP 2.99.8 for Wayland and macOS.
    - Ignore MakerNote metadata tag at export and only store the
      tags that go in it, hence avoiding partial invalid metadata.
    - Color picking from Colors dockable can now use the
      Freedesktop portal.
    - On Windows, move from GetICMProfile() to
      WcsGetDefaultColorProfile() because the former is broken in
      Windows 11.
    - Plug-ins:
    - metadata-viewer: improve how XMP tags with multiple values
      are handled and shown (now each value on a separate line for
      better readability).
    - metadata-editor:
    * XMP array tags of type BAG and SEQ are now on separate
    * Comparing XMP tags with equivalent IPTC tags with multiple
      values, each value is compared individually, instead of
      comparing the list as a whole.
    - Many robustness improvements and other fixes to the metadata
    - AVIF: prefer AOM encoder for export.
    - PSD:
    * Skip sanity check for mask of rendered layers as some layer
      mask have invalid dimensions in such cases. They will now
      be loaded correctly.
    * Fixed loading of CMYK PSD files without alpha.
    * Fixed loading of CMYK images without layers.
    * Fixed loading of merged image of a 16 bit per channel RGBA
      PSD file with the alpha channel opaque.
    - PBM: large file export now always works and does not depend
      anymore on the platform's long int size.
    - Screenshot:
    * GNOME shell implementation dropped because the D-Bus API
      has been restricted to core components for security
      reasons, thus our plug-in was failing.
    * KDE portal moved as last fallback after the X
      implementation (when running on X) and Freedesktop portal,
      because KDE is also starting to block API calls for
      security reasons.
  - drop 0001-Issue-6210-Subpixel-font-rendering-system-settings-s.patch
    included in update
* Fri Oct 22 2021
  - Add upstream patch (GIMP issue #6210)
    + 0001-Issue-6210-Subpixel-font-rendering-system-settings-s.patch
      Fix issue where the textool produces false color artifacts
      when using font anti-aliasing and system is set to subpixel
* Thu Oct 07 2021
  - gimp-tips no longer has translations
* Sat Sep 18 2021
  - Update to 2.10.28
    - Core:
    - Dashboard now has memory support in OpenBSD.
    - Default shortcuts Shift+[ and ] for tool size changed to {
      and }.
    - Performance improvements for GIMP on macOS Big Sur: these
      improvements were actually already applied in our macOS
      packages since GIMP 2.10.22, but were applied upstream
      directly only now.
    - User Interface:
    - Dark theme: improve accessibility of GtkRadioButton by adding
      a white border on mouse-hover.
    - Gray theme: set light background for selected text in Layers
      and Paths dockable dialogs to make text visible.
    - Dark, Gray and Light themes: remove 3D shadow box around eye
      and link toggles in Layers, Channels, and Paths dockable
      dialog tree views.
    - Plug-ins:
    - Improved DDS support and fix some red/blue bit swap for
      RGB10A2 DDS.  The plug-in version is incremented so that it
      is able to catch and correct previously incorrect RGB10A2
      images exported by older versions of our plug-in.
    - DDS files with "L16" - a 16 bit luminance channel - are now
      loaded in 16-bit.
    - DICOM images:
    * Support for planar configuration.  Support for deprecated
    * big endian transfer.
    - TIFF images:
    * Thumbnail storing now done by storing the thumbnail as the
    * second
      page in the file (through Exiv2) and setting metadata
      "Exif.Thumbnail.NewSubfileType" to 1 (reduced resolution
      image) instead of storing the thumbnail as a subifd. This
      was done because of a Windows bug locking TIFF files with
      thumbnail stored as subfid.
    * Symmetrically, loading will ignore pages marked as "reduced
      resolution image" (i.e. it will consider them as
      thumbnails), as well as try to guess if a page (without
      subfile type) is a thumbnail when it meets following
      criteria: second page with YCbCr PhotometricInterpretation,
      old style jpeg compression while the first page has a
      different PhotometricInterpretation or compression.
    - Script-fu:
    - New (dir-make "/dir/name" mode) function to create a
    - Build:
    - Fix uninstalled white-border prelight file.
    - On Windows, *.rs file extension is not associated with SUN
      Raster images anymore. The reason is that this file extension
      is mostly used for Rust code files nowadays. If Windows could
      detect file formats with "magic numbers" (i.e. byte
      identifiers), it would not be a problem, but since it relies
      apparently only the extension, it's better to remove this
    - Oppositely on Linux and other Unix-like systems using desktop
      files, add the image/x-sun-raster MimeType which was
      forgotten (there, detection should be fine and not depend on
      file extension).
    - is not installed anymore (only used during the
      build to generate gimp-tips.xml with multiple language
    - --enable-check-update now has an "auto" value, which is the
      new default. It is equivalent to "yes" for Windows and macOS
      and "no" in all other cases.
    - New unit test to check that localizations listed in the
      installer script match available po files in
    - "msys*" host value now detected as Windows builds.
    - Bumping minimum GEGL to version 0.4.32.
* Thu Sep 16 2021
  - Remove obsolete translation-update-upstream support
* Fri Jun 04 2021
  - Move rpm macros.gimp from /etc/rpm to %{_rpmmacrodir}.
* Mon Mar 29 2021
  - Update to 2.10.24
    - Core:
    - Ignore Pentax and PentaxDng metadata at export because they are
    - DBus calls (remote file open, typically with double click on file
      browser; and remote command run) are now processed after all command
      line files (in case of calls during startup) and in the call order
      (FIFO) for consistency. Some timeout has also been added to not spam
      the core process with non-processable DBus calls during startup.
    - Display profile name in "Color space" field of Image Properties and
      improve ellipsis & wrap on dialog fields whose contents' size is not
      controllable together with better dialog size management.
    - Fix stack overflow when loading very large XCF files on Windows.
    - Point snapping now works outside the canvas. This is used for snap
      to guides, grid and vectors. Snap to grid only works off-canvas when
      "Show All" is enabled because off-canvas grid is not visible
      otherwise, though snap to guide and vectors will always work
    - Libgimp:
    - Various metadata improvements:
    * Improve reading of iptc tags that appear more than once.
    - Plug-ins:
    - JPEG export will better advertize when metadata export fails,
      possibly with relevant error message. Image export would not fail,
      but at least we make the person aware metadata is not properly
    - More robust TIFF import and export:
    * Better handling of Exif.Thumbnail.* tags on export.
    * Import now ignores TIFF pages with invalid directory (rather than
      freezing and output an error to warn of possible data loss).
    * Import attempts to count the directories by reading them when the
      headers does not announce any directory, which allows to salvage
      images with improper header. Also if reading of a directory fail,
      we now output a message to warn of possible data loss.
    * Fixed loading 2 and 4-bit TIFF images in grayscale and indexed.
    * Improve support of ExtraSamples fields with non-conformant TIFF
    * Improve loading of multi page tiffs with linear TRC.
    * More safety checks as a result of fuzz-testing.
    * Improve loading of MinIsWhite and MinIsBlack images.
    - GeoTIFF tag support added (recognized and stored into image
      parasites at import, then exported back when TIFF format is used)
      with appropriate "Save GeoTIFF data" checkbox (checked by default)
      to disable GeoTIFF metadata export when not desired.
    - The metadata viewer and editor got a big cleaning and refactoring
      pass, as well as various fixes and several improvements:
    * Fix handling of IPTC tags which can appear more than once (such as
      "Keywords") in both the viewer and editor.
    * Always read both the IPTC and XMP equivalent tags in the editor,
      instead of assuming they are necessarily the same.
    * More IPTC equivalents of XMP tags added:
      + Iptc.Application2.LocationName <=> Xmp.iptc.Location
      + Iptc.Application2.BylineTitle <=> Xmp.photoshop.AuthorsPosition
      + Iptc.Application2.CountryCode <=> Xmp.iptc.CountryCode
      + Iptc.Application2.Writer <=> Xmp.photoshop.CaptionWriter
    * The editor now properly saves IPTC tags.
    * Improve UTF-8 conversion to avoid double string conversion (hence
      actually breaking encoding).
    * Use proper unit abbreviations and proper label casing.
    * GPS data is now properly formatted with better precision and with
      translatable string parts and tooltips are added to explain how to
      correctly edit GPS data (latitude, longitude, altitude).
      Also seconds part of latitude/longitude is now saved with more
      precision and altitude details now switch from .1m to .10m.
    * Better error reporting when the editor fails to write a tag, with
      proper GUI error, so that such error do not go unseen.
    * Better error handling when closing the editor or viewer too, and
      improve error handling when the calendar dialog fails.
    * Use a logging domain for debugging-only messages which pollutes
      the output.
    * Xmp.iptc.CreatorContactInfo/Iptc4xmpCore:* override the shorter
      forms Xmp.iptc.Ci* if both are present, since the longer form is
      more common.
    * Improve saving of XMP metadata.
    * And more bug fixes and refactoring steps to get rid of duplicate
    - PNG will now prompt only for layer offset different from zero. Some
      software were always setting an offset of 0 (e.g.: POV-Ray v3.7) so
      GIMP would unecessarily prompt the user until now for PNG created by
      such software.
    - BMP:
    * allow loading of BMP images with incorrect BI_BITFIELDS
    * support loading more bit depth such as 24bpp images.
    - file-darktable:
    * support updated Lua API of darktable 3.6 and beyond;
    * Adding environment contents to debugging output when
      DARKTABLE_DEBUG env variable is set.
    - PDF import:
    * New option to reverse order of layer.
    * Support fractional DPI (allowing accurate page dimensions).
    - DDS:
    * Set blue channel of BC5 dds images to 0 instead of 255.
    * Fix DDS BC5 compression/decompression with Red and Blue swapped.
      We detect images created by an older GIMP on loading and swap the
      channels back.
    - HEIF:
    * Removes the "HDR" mention on HEIF 10/12-bit export because high
      bit depth does not necessarily means HDR.
    * Runtime detection of HEIC and AVIF file formats (depending on
      available encoders and decoders), which allows afterwards update
      of the dependency, but also allows usage for a single format (e.g.
      for distributions which want to support only AVIF).
    * With libheif 1.10, visually lossless export is possible for
      10/12 bit depths too
    - PSD:
    * More flexible reading of layer mask record size, skipping invalid
      or unsupported mask info size, hence allowing us to load more PSD
      files (at least the part of a PSD we support instead of failing
      the whole import altogether).
    - G3 fax images:
    * Improve error handling when loading.
    * Be more forgiving on bad lines which were quite frequent on older
      fax images, allowing to salvage some old images.
  - Drop 0001-app-make-gegl-introspect-an-optional-operation-depen.patch
  - Drop libheif-avif-only.patch
* Fri Feb 12 2021
  - Recurse directories when looking for python plugins
* Mon Jan 25 2021
  - Make graphviz/dot only required for runtime debugging an
    optional dependency, fixes bsc#1180614:
    * 0001-app-make-gegl-introspect-an-optional-operation-depen.patch
  - Cleanup spec file, remove Leap 42.x parts
* Thu Jan 07 2021
  - Added python-xml as recommend dependency. (bsc#1180363)
* Tue Oct 27 2020
  - updates to buildrequires
    - synced required versions with
    - convert more buildrequires to pkgconfig() versions
  - enable libheif on Tumbleweed, since we have the version in TW
    with avif support, but not actual HEIF support unless libheif
    from packman is used.
  - added libheif-avif-only.patch:
    libheif based exporter will only offer the formats supported by
    the installed libheif (via runtime check)
* Sun Oct 18 2020
  - Change macro defined to test whether to build python plugin from
    _with_python2 to _with_python_plugin since the complementary
    variable _without_python2 is already defined as `true` for
    openSUSE:Factory project wide (to disable building python2
    modules when using single-spec); this re-enables the python
    plugin for openSUSE Tumbleweed.
* Tue Oct 06 2020
  - Update to version 2.10.22:
    - Core:
    - Verbose version information (`gimp-2.10 -v` on command line,
      or debug output) now displays Flatpak related information
      when available. This is especially useful for debugging (such
      as the exact Flatpak build hash, the runtime version, the
      installed Flatpak extensions, permissions, etc.).
    - OpenCL settings has now been moved to the Playground tab in
    - On stable builds, "Playground" tab is now visible in
      Preferences if any of the experimental features has been
      enabled, even without the CLI option `--show-playground`.
    - Tools:
    - "gegl:matting-levin" now the default engine of Foreground
      Select tool (when present, as it is an optional feature) as
      it performs a lot better.
    - GEGL operations now display a "Sample merged" checkbox in
      Tool Options. This will be used when the operation allows to
      pick a color (hence one can pick from the edited layer or
      from visible data).
    - "Sample merged" now defaults to being activated in Color
      Picker and GEGL tools as it seems the less confusing for
      beginners who don't know of the option yet (according to a
      small poll we ran).
    - User interface:
    - In GimpSpinButton, don't propagate Enter key-press events if
      updating the spin-button's value in response changes the
      entered text. This prevents confirming dialogs when hitting
      Enter after entering a math expression in size entries,
      updating their value instead.  Likewise, don't propagate
      Escape key-press events if a new value was entered, and
      restore the original value instead.
    - GimpMemSizeEntry improved to show appropriate binary prefixes
      (kibibyte, mebibyte and gibibyte) instead of decimal ones, to
      round properly when using higher units, and to not lose
      accuracy when possible when displaying in higher units.
    - Several of the biggest pages of the Preferences dialog are
      now scrollable, allowing the dialog to fit on smaller
    - Plug-ins:
    - Add a new GIMP_EXPORT_NEEDS_CROP export capability, which
      causes gimp_export_image() to crop the exported image content
      to the image bounds; this is useful for formats that support
      layers, but have no concept of global image bounds, hence
      cropping is the only way to enforce the image bounds.  When
      showing the export dialog, give an option to either crop the
      layers to the image bounds, or to resize the image to fit the
    - Content type `image/webp` is now recognized (and not only
      `image/x-webp` as both seem to be in used and this format is
      unfortunately not yet listed in IANA media types (so various
      content types are in use, no clear standard apparently).
    - DDS import is now a bit more permissive, allowing to load
      some files with invalid header flags regarding compression,
      while we are able to know the right compression from other
      flags. This allows to recover invalid DDS files exported by
      other software.
    - JPEG detection improved to be more generic and reliable.
    - HEIF support improvements:
    - AVIF importing and exporting added (requires libheif
    - 10/12-bit importing and exporting now available for
    - NCLX color profile import (link with LittleCMS)
    - Metadata support when importing
    - "Lossless" option is now called "Nearly lossless (YUV420
      format)" because this is actually what it is, hence
      previous naming was misleading.
    - TIFF support improvements:
    - Add an option to crop the layers to the image bounds when
      exporting individual layers (using GIMP_EXPORT_NEEDS_CROP),
      since TIFF has no concept of global image bounds otherwise.
      Cropping is enabled by default.
    - TIFF export will not override "DocumentName" metadata tag
    - Stop writing file paths into TIFF DocumentNames as file
      paths can contain confidential information such as
      usernames and directory structures, making the previous
      behaviour a potential privacy and security risk.
    - Fix a file descriptor leak case which may have prevented a
      file from being opened on Windows.
    - Multiple improvements in the PSP import plug-in:
    - support reading raster layers of PSP version > 6,
    - support reading 16-bit integer PSP files,
    - support reading grayscale and indexed PSP files,
    - support PSP images with zero-length layer names,
    - fix wrong layer offset of layers,
    - fix reading layer names with high bit ASCII characters,
    - fix incorrect loading of PSP images with uncompressed
      channel data,
    - fix reading of creator block data of PSP images,
    - better error messages describing yet unsupported features,
    - improve reader stability by always using the block/chunk
    - Spyrogimp now works on Grayscale images and clutters less the
      undo history.
    - "Orientation" metadata is now reset whether you accepted to
      rotate the image or not when importing an image.
    - XPM does not export a "None" (transparent) color when unused.
    - BMP always include color masks when exporting BMP with color
      space info, as mandated by BITMAPV5HEADER specification.
    - Debugging:
    - Add progressive performance logs: progressive logs contain
      complete information after each recorded sample, by writing
      partial address maps at each sample, containing all new
      addresses introduced by the sample.  This allows recording
      complete logs even in cases where they can't be properly
      terminated, such as when GIMP crashes or freezes in the
      middle of the log.  Progressive logs are disabled by default,
      since they potentially increase the sampling cost. They can
      be enabled through a toggle in the log file-dialog, or
      through GIMP_PERFORMANCE_LOG_PROGRESSIVE environment
      variable.  Performance log viewer can now process progressive
      performance logs too.
    - Allow controlling performance-log parameters through the UI.
    - Bug fixes: #2275, #2668, #2874, #3481, #3868, #4061, #4155,
      [#4328], #4505, #4536, #4560, #4816, #5043, #5069, #5208, #5219,
      [#5226], #5232, #5274, #5275, #5357, #5358, #5472, #5530, #5584,
      [#5592], #5623, #5630, #5651
* Tue Sep 15 2020
  - Make python 2 conditional, and disable on SLE/Leap (bsc#1082699).
* Wed Jul 22 2020
  - Solve the libexecdir problem a different way.
* Tue Jul 07 2020
  - Fixes for %_libexecdir changing to /usr/libexec(bsc#1174075)
* Thu Jun 11 2020
  - Update to version 2.10.20:
    * Tool-group menus can now expand on hover
    * Non-destructive cropping now available by cropping the canvas
      rather than actual pixels
    * Better PSD support: exporting of 16-bit files now available,
      reading/writing channels in the right order
    * On-canvas controls for the Vignette filter
    * New filters: Bloom, Focus Blur, Lens Blur, Variable Blur
    * Blending options now built into filter dialogs
    * Over 30 bugfixes
* Mon Feb 24 2020
  - disable update check
* Mon Feb 24 2020
  - Update to version 2.10.18:
    - Core:
    - In gimp:replace, when compositing the same content over itself,
      i.e., when the input and aux buffers share the same storage and
      same tile alignment, pass the input buffer directly as output,
      instead of doing actual processing. In particular, this happens
      when processing a pass-through group outside of its actual bounds.
    - In gimp_gegl_apply_cached_operation(), use gint64 for storing the
      total and processed pixel counts used for reporting progress, to
      avoid overflowing when applying an operation to a large image.
    - In GimpFilterTool and gimp_drawable_apply_operation(), use
      gimp_drawable_filter_set_add_alpha() to add an alpha channel when
      applying an operation that specifies "needs-alpha" to a drawable
      that can have alpha.
    - In GimpFilterTool, move all the drawable-filter option setup to a
      new gimp_filter_tool_update_filter() function, and call it
      whenever the drawable-filter's options need to be updated. This
      avoids duplicating logic in various places.
    - Improve the efficiency of decoding RLE data when loading ABR
      brushes, by reading entire scanlines into a buffer all-at-once,
      instead of reading the stream byte-by-byte.
    - GIMP now optionally phones home to find out if there's a new
      version available and then tells the user if there is one indeed.
      It also keeps track of the installer revision and then warns if
      there's a newer installer available. This can be disabled in
      Preferences. In that case, users still have the option to manually
      check for an update via the About dialog. The feature can be
      disabled entirely with the '--disable-check-update' configure
    - Tools:
    - New 3D Transform tool where you can set vanishing point, camera's
      focal length, and the move and rotate layer, selection, path, or
      image in 2.5 space. With the "Unified interaction" option enabled,
      all three interaction modes of the grid (camera, move, and rotate)
      are available simultaneously. In this mode, the inner and outer
      regions of the item are used for moving and rotation,
      respectively, and the vanishing point is controlled through
      through a handle.
    - Transform tools now respect the Clip option and update the canvas
      preview accordingly.
    - New "Composited preview" option allows respecting layer's blending
      mode and position in the layer stack rather than rendering it as
      an overlay on top of the overall layer stack. This simplifies
      creating complex layer compositions greatly. The option requires
      mipmaps to be used and thus is disabled by default. It also comes
      with an experimental "Synchronous preview" suboption to render the
      composited preview synchronously. This reduces the lag for
      painting the preview, but can harm responsiveness for bigger
      images, where rendering the preview is slow.
    - Add a new "Preview linked items" option to the transform-grid
      tools. When this option is enabled, together with composited
      previews, the transform preview includes all linked layers and
      channels when transforming a layer/channel. Paths are currently
    - New widget called GimpPivotSelector, a 3x3 grid of toggle buttons,
      is now used for selecting a natural pivot position (e.g. for a
      transform) relative to an item: its center, its corners, and the
      midpoints of its edges. Currently used in Rotate and 3D Transform
    - Add "Show all" support to the Bucket Fill tool in line-art mode
    - Color picker and sample points now support displaying vlaues in
      Yu'v' (CIE 1976 UCS) color space.
    - The Symmetry Painting dock now has an "Enable reflection" option
      that allows painting patterns resembling a kaleidoscope.
    - Transform clipping is temporarily disabled for layer groups. No
      preview other than 'Adjust' works anyway. This will be fixed later
    - Construct a box-filtered mipmap hierarchy for the original brush
      on-demand, and the closest mipmap is used as the resampling source
      for downscaled brushes, significantly improving the output
    - Now that painting is done in a separate thread, the display update
      rate has a far smaller impact on it. Increase the GimpDisplay
      update rate, which handles image updates, to 60 FPS, and the
      GimpDrawTool update rate to 120 FPS. In particular, the latter
      change makes the brush outline motion much smoother.
    - In the Airbrush tool, increase the maximal stamp FPS from 15 to
      60, and change the corresponding maximal Rate value from 150 to
      100. This technically affects tool presets, but we'll live.
    - Add a new "Snap brush outline to stroke" toggle to the "Image
      Windows" preferences page. When enabled, the brush outline in
      paint tools snaps to the individual dabs while painting, which is
      how it worked before version 2.10.16. Disable the option by
      default.  This seems to be what most other programs are doing, and
      it does give paitning a smoother feel.
    - The Warp Transform tool now respects settings for painting tools:
      showing the brush outline, snapping to dabs, and showing the paint
      tool cursor.
    - User interface:
    - Add new Symbolic-High-Contrast and Symbolic-Inverted-High-Contrast
      themes, which are automatically-generated high-contrast variants
      of the (original) Symbolic theme.  The contrast factor is settable
      in the makefile, and is currently at 1.5 for both themes.
    - Rename tools/invert-svg to tools/svg-contrast, which now takes a
      contrast-factor argument, and adjusts the input SVG contrast,
      instead of just inverting it.  Note that we can still use the tool
      to invert icons, using a contrast of -1.
    - Allow horizontal scrollbars in all the Preferences dialog tree-
      views, so that they don't limit the minimal width of the dialog
      (in particular, the UI- and icon-theme tree-views may contain
      arbitrarily-long paths).
    - Draw a border around the color FG/BG color areas as a pair of
      black and white rectangles instead of letting GTK do this. This
      imporoves the legibility of borders, especially in dark themes.
    - Tools are now logically grouped in the toolbox by default. Users
      can customize the groups to their liking or disable this feature
      altogether in the Preferences dialog (Interface / Toolbox page).
    - New opt-out compact style for sliders with revamped interaction.
      The widget uses a narrower layout, and the different
      upper/lower-half behavior is gone. Instead, the behavior depends
      on the mouse button and modifier used:
    - left-click is used for absolute adjustment,
    - Shift + left-click + drag changes value in small increments,
    - Ctrl + left-click + drag changes value in large increments,
    - middle-click enables numeric input mode;
    - right-click enables numeric input mode and selects the value.
    - The "You can drop dockable dialogs here" message is gone from the
      toolbox for good. Instead, highlight dockable areas when a user
      starts dragging a dockable dialog, and intensify the highlight as
      the dialog goes over a dockable area.
    - Consolidate UI for merging down and anchoring layers: As they are
      both mutually exclusive and serve an almost identical purpose, the
      "Merge down" and "Anchor Layer" are given mutually exclusive
      visibility in menus, and the anchor button is replaced with a
      merge down button in the Layers dockable whenever there is no
      active floating selection. Modifier keys are available:
    - Shift: merge layer group
    - Ctrl: merge visible layers
    - Ctrl + Shift: merge visible layers from last used values
    - Tools:
    - In GimpPaintTool, when not snapping brush outline to stroke, make
      sure to properly snap the cursor position to 15-degree angle
      multiples in line mode, not only when painting the line, but also
      during motion.
    - Plug-ins:
    - Add naive support for CMYK 8-bit PSD files
    - In plug_in_compat.pdb, when wrapping an op node inside a graph,
      set the op node as the graph node's underlying operation. This
      allows gimp_gegl_apply_operation() to perform certain
    - The Spyrogimp plugin now features a Visual tab where the inner
      mechanics of a spirograph is abstracted away, and you operate on
      amount of petals etc. The plugin now also allows saving a pattern
      as a path rather than rendering it to a layer as a bitmap.
    - Improve the loading speed for PSD files, mostly by eliminating
      excessive copies.
    - Filters:
    - Don't disable gegl:color-to-alpha (which has "needs-alpha") when
      the drawable doesn't have an alpha channel, if one can be added.
    - Don't disable color-to-alpha for grayscale drawable, since the
      operation is applicable to grayscale images (in particular, it
      doesn't add color where there was none), and since GIMP no longer
      distinguishes between layers and channels according to the
      drawable format when updating the filters actions.
    - Updated translations
    - Bug fixes #4643, #4634 #4172, #4194, #4205, #4218, #2543, #4185,
      [#4246], #2794, #4209, #4278, #4372, #4187, #4392, #2674, #4338,
      [#2862], #4203, #4204, #4354, #1266, #4584, #4174, #4285, #4366,
      [#1975], #4605
* Wed Nov 20 2019
  - Fix build for %arm and ppc64 by adding '-lm' to LDFLAGS
* Thu Oct 31 2019
  - bump babl and gegl deps to match configure script
* Thu Oct 31 2019
  - Update to version 2.10.14:
    + Core:
    - New "Selected areas continue outside the image" toggle option
      to the "Feather Selection" dialog.
    - New "Allow editing on non-visible layers" setting in
      Preferences to allow painting, transforming, and selecting on
      layers with toggled off visibility.
    - XCF loading a bit more resilient to corruption: it doesn't
      stop any more at the first layer or channel error; instead it
      tries to load more layers/channels to salvage as much data as
      possible from a corrupted XCF file.
    - In gimp:gradient, fix dithering to correspond to how we
      actually round float values to 8-bit. In particular, this
      avoids introducing noise when a component is fixed at 0 or 1
      along a segment.
    - New "Show All" view mode allowing to show pixels outside the
      canvas boundary.
    - New "Show Canvas Boundary" option to render a dotted line
      around the canvas boundary.
    - New "Keep Padding in "Show All" Mode" option, also available
      as a default option via Preferences, to preserve the padding
      color instead of displaying the checkerboard.
    - Several features updated to react as expected when run
      out-of-canvas: color-picking, canvas grid, transform tools,
      bucket fill, and more.
    - Loaded images' pixel density will now default to 72 PPI when
      no explicit resolution information was stored in the imported
      file.  Newly created images' default pixel density will
      continue to be based on the default image template (with
      value 300 PPI if it has not be changed), yet not loaded
      images anymore. 72 PPI is the common default in most software
      (and in standards such as Exif) so it makes sense we stick to
      it, only for loaded images.
    + Tools:
    - Free Select tool: fast copy|cut-paste modifiers (Alt +
      Ctrl|Shift) are now working even when the selection is not
      committed. Starting a fast copy|cut-paste will automatically
      close the polygon and commit the selection, accelerating fast
      usage of free selections.
    - Foreground Select tool: new "Grayscale" Preview Mode. Also, a
      color selector for "Color" preview (original preview mode)
      now available, to select any color and opacity for the
    - Add a new "Image" transform type to the transform tools, in
      addition to the existing "Layer", "Selection", and "Path"
      transform types.  The "Image" mode transforms the entire
      image, rather than a single item. In tools with a preview,
      the preview shows the transformed image projection.  The
      clipping mode controls how the canvas is clipped during the
      transform; in particular, the ADJUST clipping mode resizes
      the canvas to fit its transformed size.
    - In GimpFilterTool, add a new "clipping" option, which can be
      either Adjust or Clip.  This option is controllable for
      layers, when there's no selection mask.  When set to Adjust,
      which is used by default, the filter's output may extent past
      the drawable's boundary, and the drawable will be resized to
      match the output when committed.
    - Gradient tool: offest support in shaped gradients
    + Plug-ins:
    - Simple 8-bit port of filters to GEGL: nl-filter, film,
      fractal-explorer, flame, blinds, jigsaw, gradient-flare,
      checkerboard, tile-small, curve-bend, sample-colorize,
      map-object, lighting, grid, despeckle, sphere-designer,
      contrast-retinex, hot, sparkle, cml-explorer, destripe,
      twain, animation-optimize, depth-merge, warp, imagemap,
    - Port of filters to GEGL with float support: van-gogh-lic.
    - Add color profile support for HEIF (only when libheif 1.4.0
      is available).
    - TIFF import will now ask (in interactive mode) how to process
      unspecified TIFF channels: non-premultiplied (used to be the
      default) alpha, premultiplied alpha, or just import as
      generic channel.
    - HEIF export now improved with same profile logics as JPEG or
      WebP (it can actually export higher bit-depth data, so
      profile logics should be the one as in PNG, but we only
      support 8 bpc HEIF for the time being).
    - HEIF export dialog now has a "Save color profile" checkbox
      allowing to not export with a profile when needed (needs
      libheif 1.4.0 or higher).
    - PDF exporting: text layers in layer groups are now exported
      as proper text.
    - Cleaned up the file-dds GUI, removed the "Advanced" expander.
    - gimptool external tool now install plug-ins into subfolders
      (this is not mandatory in GIMP 2.10 yet, unlike future GIMP
      3, but is already the recommended folder structure for
    - 3 procedures ("color-decode-ycocg",
      "color-decode-ycocg-scaled" and "color-decode-alpha-exp")
      removed from file-dds plug-in because they are hacks which
      should stay internal to the plug-in and are semantically wrong
      because colors in drawables are never in such formats.
    + Filters:
    - New "Normal Map" filter to generate normal maps from height
      maps in the Generic section.
    - Replace old filters with GEGL operation counterparts:
      edge-neon (gegl:edge-neon), contrast-normalize
      (gegl:stretch-contrast), oilify (gegl:oilify)
    - Add gegl:bayer-matrix and gegl:linear-sinusoid to Filters ->
      Render -> Pattern.
    - Add gegl:newsprint to Filters -> Distorts.
    - Add gegl:mean-curvature-blur to Filters -> Blur.
    + Performance:
    - Add an active-thread variable to the dashboard's misc group,
      showing the number of active worker threads.
    - Reduce time complexity of layer-group translation. When
      translating a layer group, avoid separately updating the
      original area of the child layers before translating them (as
      per the fix to issue #3484), as this results in quadratic
      time complexity w.r.t. to the maximal subgroup nesting level.
      Instead, simply defer the updating of the group's offset
      until *after* translating the child layers, so that their
      original area isn't clipped by the parent, while their new
      area is still properly updated even if the parent's size
    + User interface:
    - Many mnemonics added in various dialogs.
    - Add a gimp-rotate-image-arbitrary action, and a corresponding
      "Image -> Transform -> Arbitrary Rotation..." menu entry,
      which activates the rotate tool in image mode (similarly to
      the corresponding action for layers).
    - On Windows, minimized GIMP window is now deiconified when
      GIMP is run again (clicking its shortcut or otherwise).
    + Preferences:
    - New "Swap compression" option: explicit control over the
      tile-swap compression algorithm in GEGL. "Best performance"
      is used by default, "Balanced", "Best compression", and
      "None" (disables compression) are available.
    + Devel docs:
    - Update the libgimpconfig and libgimpbase docs.
    - Update docs with missing symbols and types.
    - New docs for structs and enums.
    + Debugging:
    - New mnemonic-clashes tool to help looking for mnemonic
    + Updated translations.
* Sat Jun 15 2019
  - Update to version 2.10.12:
    + Core:
    - Add an "Incremental" option to the Dodge/Burn tool, which,
      similarly to the Paintbrush, Pencil, and Eraser tools,
      applies the effect incrementally as the pointer moves.
    - Curves now have a concept of smooth vs corner points: smooth
      points produce a smooth curve, while corner points produce a
      sharp curve (previously, all points were smooth).
    - Search the user font directory path on Windows (since Windows
      10, non-admin users have the ability to install fonts). This
      is only a temporary hack until fontconfig adds proper
      upstream support.
    - In gimp_brush_core_get_paint_buffer(), when allocating a new
      paint buffer, clear the old buffer *before* allocating the
      new one, to reduce the amount of simultaneously allocated
    - In GimpPaintbrush, avoid refilling the paint buffer at each
      dab if the paint color/pixmap hasn't changed, hence allowing
      faster painting in some specific cases.
    - Add hygon cpu detection and enable MMX/SSE support.
    - Add a GimpSymmetry::get_transform() virtual function and a
      corresponding gimp_symmetry_get_transform() function which
      return the brush transform corresponding to a given symmetry
      stroke in terms of the rotation angle and reflection flag (in
      contrast to gimp_symmetry_get_operation() which returns the
      same transforation in terms of a GeglNode). This allows us to
      simplify, fix (artifact bugs, etc.), and improve the
      painting-code performance for several symmetry painting
    - New gimp-brush-pipe-spacing parasite set by core code to
      preserve GIH brush's spacing across reloads.
    - Add a new Offset filter tool, as a front-end to gimp:offset.
      The tool replaces, and provides the same interface as the
      drawable-offset dialog while also providing live preview and
      on-canvas interaction.
    + Plug-ins:
    - Exported profile and data format strategy updated in several
      file plug-ins.
    - When not saving a profile, we always export as sRGB data, as
      most viewers would not display the image properly otherwise.
    - When saving a profile:
      . If a profile was manually assigned, we always export to the
      assigned format, hence pixel data is converted accordingly,
      whatever the work format.
    - If no profile was assigned:
      . If the export format support high-bit depth, we export the
      work format as-is.
      . If the export format is 8-bit max, we convert the work
      format to sRGB, except if the work format is 8-bit linear.
    + The following plug-ins were updated: JPEG, PNG, TIFF and WebP.
    + Tools:
    - Add input/output spin-buttons to the Curves tool, which allow
      setting the selected point's coordinates numerically. When
      the image precision is greater than 8-bpc, use a 0.00-100.00
      range for the point-coordinate spin-buttons instead of a
      0-255 range.
    - In the Curves tool, allow changing the curve's point types
      (cf. new curve corner points in Core section). Corner points
      are displayed with a diamond shape instead of a circle.
    - Free Select tool now creates a selection as soon as the
      polygon is closed. This selection is updated when the
      polygon, or the relevant tool-options, change, similarly to
    - Derive GimpEraser from GimpPaintbrush, instead of directly
      from GimpBrushCore. This allows GimpEraser to reuse the
      paint-buffer content across dabs, improving performance.
    - Allow moving an intersecting pair of guides with the Move tool.
    + User interface:
    - In GimpCurveView, when dragging an existing curve point,
      don't immediately move the point to the cursor position upon
      button press, but rather move it relative to its current
      position as the cursor moves. This allows selecting a point
      without moving it, and adjusting its position more easily.
    - When the cursor hovers above a point in GimpCurveView, or
      when dragging a point, have the coordinate indicator show the
      point's position, rather than the cursor's.
    - In GimpCurveView, when holding down Ctrl while
      adding/dragging a point, snap the y-coordinate to the
      original curve (at the start of the drag). This is
      particularly useful for adding points along the curve.
    - In GimpDashboard, don't show legend for groups with no meter.
    - Add a tile-alloc-total variable to the dashboard's memory and
      misc groups, showing the total amount of memory used by the
      tile allocator.
    - Add a "Save Keyboard Shortcuts Now" button to the Configure
      Keyboard Shortcuts dialog.
    + Updated translations.
* Sun May 05 2019
  - No more need pkgconfig(glib-2.0) >= 2.56.0 for build.
    pkgconfig(glib-2.0) >= 2.54.2 is enough.
* Sun Apr 07 2019
  - Update to version 2.10.10:
    - Core:
    - Add gimp-scratch allocator, a fast memory allocator (on the
      order of magnitude of alloca()), suitable for small (up to a
      few megabytes), short-lived (usually, bound to the current
      stack-frame) allocations.  Unlike alloca(), gimp-scratch
      doesn't use the stack, and is therefore safer, and will also
      serve bigger requests, by falling-back to malloc().
    - In gimp_drawable_transform_buffer_affine(), avoid modifying
      the clipping mode when transforming layer masks, since this
      function is used (among other things) to transform layer
      masks together with their layer, in which case they should
      use the same clipping mode as the layer. This fixes a
      regression introduced by commit 2ae823ba, causing layer masks
      to be transformed with a mismatched clipping mode during
      layer transforms, leading to discrepencies between the
      transformed layer and the transformed mask.
    - Moved swap/cache and temporary files out the GIMP user config
      dir and added new config file substitutions ${gimp_cache_dir}
      and ${gimp_temp_dir}.
    - Pass the GEGL tile-cache size, swap path, and thread-count to
      plug-ins as part of their config, and have libgimp set the
      plug-in's GeglConfig accordingly upon initialization.
    - Layer groups are now rendered in bigger chunks rather than
      tile-by-tile (which used to pretty much eliminate
      multithreading for groups), which improves the rendering
    - Make saving/exporting files more robust to errors. In
      particular if an error occurs during the process (be it a
      bug, a memory error, or anything else), GIMP won't overwrite
      anymore any existing file with incomplete contents, so that
      you won't end up with no valid files at all.
    - Fix a regression on support of various graphics tablet.
    - Remove the "Edit -> Fade..." feature: it makes GIMP use two
      buffers instead of one (east into system resources), it's
      broken in 2.10, and we can make the UX better for filters.
    - New generic canvas modifier 'Alt + middle click' allowing to
      pick layers by clicking on pixels. The available layers will
      be looped through (starting from the upper one) while Alt key
      is hold and the picked layer name will be temporarily
      displayed in the status bar.
    - When clearing a channel, do nothing if the channel is already
      empty; otherwise, align the cleared rectangle to the channel
      buffer's tile grid, so that all affected tiles are dropped,
      rather than zeroed.  Furthermore, only update the affected
      region of the channel.
    - Brush and pattern saving logics has been moved to core code
      (instead of plug-in).
    - Clipboard brushes and pattern can now be duplicated.
    - Parametric brushes are now 32-bit float to avoid
      posterization on large brushes.  Note: raster brushes are
      still 8-bit and plug-ins only have access to 8-bit versions
      of high-precision brushes/patterns. New API will be required
      to handle high-precision data.
    - On-canvas preview while editing a color in the colormap of an
      indexed image.
    - User interface:
    - Enabled HiDPI/Retina support for the GTK2/OSX build, fixes
      blurry icons.
    - Add a tooltip to the "better compression" checkbox in save
      dialog to make it clearer it does not mean that the file size
      is necessarily smaller in every cases. In particular some
      best/worst case are possible when an algorithm less efficient
      in general may end up better on a particular image.
    - Add basic support for cursors with a scale factor of 2 for
      HiDPI (artwork to be updated).
    - Foreground and background color icons, as well as color
      history will now display out-of-gamut warning on indexed
      images for colors outside of the palette, as well as on
      grayscale images, for non-gray colors.
    - Pack color picker and hexadecimal entry on same line in Color
    - Add an "Open as Image" button to the brushes dialog.
    - Usability:
    - Attempting to transform locked layers or paint on them now
      results in blinking around the status bar (where the warning
      message is displayed) and around the toolbar where lock
      toggles are. The same applies to attempting to move a
      selection where there is none — GIMP will blink around the
      toolbar where the moving target (layer, selection, path) is
    - GIMP now allows selecting default export file type for new
      projects.  The choice is limited to PNG, JPEG, WebP, PSD,
      ORA, TIFF, BMP.
    - GimpSpinScale widget now has an optional feature to constrain
      the value to integer when dragging with a pointer (even if
      the scale allows for fractional numbers), set with new
      function gimp_spin_scale_set_constrain_drag().  This is
      useful for settings where fractional numbers are technically
      possible, yet most common use case are with integers (such as
      pixel sizes, angles in degrees, etc.) so you want the easy
      interface to be constrained. Fractional numbers are still
      settable, for instance by keyboard edit; and arrow
      incrementation won't drop fraction parts.  This is currently
      only activated for brush options in paint tools.
    - Tools:
    - In scale tool, scale around center even when using numeric
    - New algorithm in the Bucket Fill tool when selecting the
      affected area "Fill by line art detection", based off the
      G'Mic algorithm for "smart colorization": In a few words,
      it identifies painted pixels (either based on grayscale or
      opacity values) and tries to close line arts to allow filling
      even with not perfectly closed zones; the second step of the
      algorithm will flood the colors under line art pixels to
      prevent "holes" in the filling.  It is possible to control a
      max size (in pixels) for the flooding, as well as max length
      of closing segments and splines.
    - The Bucket Fill tool got new interaction allowing to hold the
      click and move the mouse to fill based on several seed zones
      (for "Fill by line art detection" as well as "Fill similar
      colors"). You can now cancel the fill in progress with right
      click as in other tools.
    - The Bucket Fill tool now allows color picking with
      ctrl-click, same as every painting tool. It will pick either
      the foreground or background color depending on the selected
      Fill Type. The ctrl-alt modifier combination is also possible
      to pick the non-Fill Type color.
    - In the Bucket Fill tool, the Alt modifier will now switch to
      "FG color fill" when "Pattern fill" was set (instead of doing
    - In the Unified Transform tool, default to preserving aspect
      ratio when scaling up or down.
    - In the Healing tool, "Sample merged" now also work for the
      target pixels, allowing to draw in empty layers.
    - Selection by color is now parallelized, hence improving speed
      of the Select by Color tool (and any other processing which
      may share this piece of code now or in the future).
    - Add "Constrain handles" and "Around center" options to the
      perspective-transform tool's GUI, which are similar to the
      corresponding options of the unified-transform tool.
    - Improve color picking on indexed image to always select an
      indexed color corresponding to the picked pixel in the
    - Plug-ins:
    - file-pdf-save GUI now clearly indicates the order the layers
      will be used to make multi-page PDFs.
    - Add DDS loading/exporting plug-in originally developed by
      Shawn Kirst and Arne Reuter.
    - Rename the Guillotine plug-in to Slice Using Guides.
    - Add a new option saving a color profile when exporting PNG,
      JPEG, TIFF.  Always save it when exporting to PSD.
    - Remove the "Advanced" expanders from the PNG and TIFF export
    - Full rewrite of the Spyrogimp plug-in with much more options
      and better interaction.
    - Indexed TIFF with alpha channel now supported.
    - Filters:
    - Add on-canvas GUI (simple lines) for circular, linear, and
      zoom motion blur.
    - Help:
    - Link to the bugtracker directly from the Help menu, also link
      to the wiki and the roadmap. Remove the link to currently
    - Translations:
    - Czech, Danish, French, Italian, Japanese, Marathi, Polish,
      Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Ukrainian.
* Mon Mar 25 2019
  - bsc#1130407: Remove dependency on JasPer.
    OpenJPEG is actually used.
* Fri Nov 09 2018
  - Update to vesion 2.10.8:
    - Use adaptive chunk size in GimpProjectio nwhen rendering the
      projection asynchronously, rather than using a fixed chunk size.
      This provides a better trade-off between throughput and
      responsiveness dynamically, based on how fast the processing is.
    - In all selection tools, show error on attempt to
      subtract-from/intersect-with empty selection.
    - Fix text along path not working with vertical text.
    - Fix Text tool's frame position when undoing a move operation.
    - Streamline Text tool's drawing blocking/unblocking logic.
    - When moving a text layer using the text tool (through alt-drag),
      don't change the layer's box mode to "fixed", which is unnecessary,
      since the layer's size isn't affected.
    - Transform and deformation operations now maintain color for fully
      transparent pixels, making unerase and curves manipulation of alpha
      channel more reliable.
    - All transform tools now apply changes when you asve or export/overwrite
      an image without pressing Enter first to confirm changes.
    - Heal, Dodge/Burn, Smudge and Convovle tools now adjust the processed
      buffer and mask_buffer regions according to the changes made to the
      application region, as calculated by intersecting it with the
      drawable and mask extents. This fixes wrong application position
      when painting on a drawable whose origin is above/to the left of the
      image's origin, and there's a selection active.
    - Port all plug-ins to the new iterator API in GEGL.
    - Improve automatic detection of HEIC/HEIF files.
    - Improve RawTherapee discovery by looking up registry key (should
      become useful with RawTherapee 5.5 and more).
    - Compatibility information in the Save dialog is now more understandable.
      The minimum GIMP version for the XCD file is always written down when it
      is GIMP 2.8 or over. The list of features warranting the minimum version
      is now listed in an expander container rather than as tooltip, which
      makes it more discoverable. The warning on compression is now displayed
      as its own text under the checkbox and not as additional text to the minimum    GIMP version label.
    - New self-explanatory --enable-win32-debug-console CLI option
    - Updated translations: Danish, Dutch, Finnish, German, Hungarian,
      Italian, Polish, Portugese (Brazil), Spanish, Swedish, Ukranian.
* Mon Sep 17 2018
  - pkgconfig(glib-2.0) >= 2.56.0 is needed.
* Thu Aug 23 2018
  - Update to version 2.10.6:
    + Core:
    - Render drawable previews asynchronously.
    - Merge the file view filter and file format lists in
      GimpFileDialog. The presence of 2 lists was very confusing.
    - DLL search priority is now updated before running a plug-in
      on Windows, depending on the executable bitness. This gets
      rid of one of the last remnant of DLL hell in GIMP, which was
      when running 32-bit plug-ins from a 64-bit build of GIMP.
    + Filters:
    - New "Little Planet" (gegl:stereographic-projection) filter.
    - New "Long Shadow" (gegl:long-shadow) filter.
    + Tools:
    - Halt the Measure tool after straightening.
    - Add an "orientation" option to the measure tool,
      corresponding to the "orientation" property of
      GimpToolCompass (i.e., it controls the orientation against
      which the angle is measured, when not in 3-point mode.) The
      orientation is "auto" by default, so that the angle is always
      <= 45 deg.  Note that the "orientation" option affects the
      tool's "straighten" function, so that the layer is rotated
      toward the current orientation.
    - Text layers can now represent vertical texts, with 4
      variants: left-to-right and right-to-left lines, and forcing
      all characters to be upright or following Unicode's vertical
      orientation property. See also:
    + User Interface:
    - The Dashboard dockable dialog now has an "async" field to the
      dashboard's "misc" group, showing the number of async
      operations currently in the "running" state.
    - New Preferences option to enable/disable layer-group
      previews, since these can get quite time-expensive.
    + Updated translations.
* Fri Jul 06 2018
  - fix build error for Leap 42.3
  - add missing requires
* Fri Jul 06 2018
  - bump versions in BR according to the
  - move library requires in libgimp to %requires_ge and also force
    the libgegl update
* Thu Jul 05 2018
  - update to 2.10.4 bug fix release
    - Remove gimp_display_shell_draw_background() and all clipping
      hacks for drawing the canvas background. This optimizes away
      one entire step of drawing of image size, for each expose.
    - Font loading does not block startup anymore. Only consequence
      is that the Text tool may not be usable immediately if fonts
      are not fully loaded yet (and will output an appropriate error
      if you do so). All non-text related activities can be performed
      right away.
    - Change of the URL from bugzilla to gitlab where appropriate.
    - New tool option manager to better keep track of user context
      and paint options in a consistent manner.
    User Interface:
    - The Dashboard dockable dialog now has a 'Memory' group that
      shows memory-usage information: the currently used memory size,
      the available physical memory size, and the total physical
      memory size.  It can also show the tile-cache size, for
      comparison against the other memory stats. Note that the
      upper-bound of the meter is the physical memory size, so the
      memory usage may be over 100% when GIMP uses the swap.
    - The Dashboard dockable dialog now has "read" and "written"
      fields in the dashboard swap group, which report the total
      amount of data read-from/written-to the tile swap, respetively.
      Additionally, the swap busy indicator (used as the meter's LED)
      has been improved, so that it's active whenever data has been
      read-from/written-to the swap during the last sampling
      interval, rather than at the point of sampling.
    - Fonts can now be tagged. The user interface is the same as for
      brushes, patterns etc.
    - Some icons fixed: larger spacing between broken chains and
      gimp-tool-ellipse-select made symmetrical.
    - When a plug-in cannot be applied to an image because of
      mismatch in image types (e.g. layer has no alpha or image is
      greyscale), GIMP now displays a message listing supported image
      types for this plug-in.
    - The Measurement tool now has an "Auto straighten" option
      allowing to rotate the active drawable (layer, channel…) so
      that the measurement line is used as horizon. As other
      transform tools, the feature will work on linked drawables as
    - The Smudge tool now paints correctly on images with a color
      profile other than the GIMP's built-in one.
    - Installer: set compatibility options to run Python plugins in
      HiDPI-aware mode.
    - Put back compatibility DLLs for really old plugins.
    - Install binary tool `gimp-test-clipboard` on the system to
      allow people to help us debug clipboard bugs.
    - --enable-bundled-mypaint-brushes renamed
    - -enable-relocatable-bundle and also make WMF fonts looked up
      on the runtime prefix of GIMP (instead of the build-time path)
      when this build option was set.
    - gimptool-2.0 binary now accepts source files with non-standard
      extensions if it can try to guess appropriate language from the
      compiler being used. It will also properly quote arguments for
      shell usage.
    - Run explicitly Python 2 as Python plug-in interpreter to
      prevent breakage on systems where Python 3 is the default.
    - raw_input()'s argument in Python console is now optional, and
      input() support has been added.
    File Formats:
    - The PSD loader now provides an option to load "merged",
      pre-composited version of the images that becomes available
      when a PSD file was saved with "Maximize Compatibility" option
      enabled in Photoshop. This is useful when loading PSD files
      that use features that GIMP doesn't currently support, and
      therefore can't render correctly, such as adjustment layers.
      When loading the merged image version, we avoid loading certain
      additional data from the file, such as channels, paths, and
      guides, while still loading metadata. This option is currently
      exposed as an additional file type ("Photoshop image
      (merged)"), which has to be explicitly selected from the
      file-type list when opening the image.
    - Embedding GIMP's built-in sRGB color profile to exported files
      is now optional. The default choice can be set in the
      Preferences dialog.
    - Updated translations: Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish,
      Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Polish, Romanian, Russian,
      Spanish, Swedish, Ukrainian.
* Mon May 21 2018
  - update to 2.10.2 bugfix release
  - drop gimp-Fix-reference-to-gegl-0.3.patch
    + Core:
    - Discard fonts which fail to load and popup an info dialog to allow
      people debug their fonts.
    - New API to suppress updates in UI until plug-ins are done
      introducing changes.
    - New API to calculate histograms in separate threads, with possible further
      extension to handle similar cases elsewhere in GIMP.
    - Tool options are now properly saved and reloaded per-device at
    + Plug-ins:
    - New plug-in for importing and exporting HEIF images.
    - Enable visibility of rasterized vector layer from PSD.
    - Single-window screenshots in Windows fixed to correctly snap a
      window even when it is partly off-screen or covered by another
      window or when display scaling is not set to 100%.
    + Filters:
    - New Spherize filter to wrap an image around a spherical cap
    - New Recursive Transform filter to create Droste effect.
    + Usability:
    - Warn users, when alpha-only painting has no effect. E.g. when target
      drawable doesn't have an alpha channel, or the alpha channel is locked.
    - Make the splash texts dynamic, so they are larger on larger splashes.
    - Mention pressing Enter to complete Foreground selection in the status bar.
    - Make sure that clicking outside any selection prevents Rectangle Select
      and Ellipse Select tools from creating empty selections.
    - Improve mouse wheel zooming behavior to keep the same point
      centered under the pointer even if the image is completely visible
      in the canvas.
    - Add "View -> Center Image in Window" (Shift+J) as a quick way to
      center the image at any zoom level.
    + Translations:
    - Updated translations: Catalan, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek,
      Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Latvian, Polish, Russian, Spanish,
      Swedish, Ukrainian.
    - New translation of Windows installer: Chinese (Taiwan)
    + Build:
    - Add a --with-bug-report-url configure option allowing packagers to
      set the address of their own bug tracker. This address will be the
      one opened by the debug dialog for reporting bugs.
    - Add a flatpak manifest for the gtk3-port branch.
    - Remove the possibility to disable script-fu.
    - Add a --with-icc-directory configure option to customize the color
      profile directory. By default, it is set to the common path
    + Documentation:
    - Updating the description of the XCF format "devel-docs/xcf.txt", for
      third-party readers wishing to support GIMP 2.10 XCF files.
    - Add documentation skeletons for all enums in libgimpbase/, there is
      much room for improvement.
* Wed May 02 2018
  - Add gimp-Fix-reference-to-gegl-0.3.patch: gimp.pc: Fix reference
    to gegl-0.3 - we require and build for gegl-0.4 now.
* Mon Apr 30 2018
  - Update BuildRequires versions to be consistent with configure
* Mon Apr 30 2018
  - let libgimp-2_0-0 require libbabl-0_1-0 >= 0.1.46 to enforce updating
    to the required version.
* Sat Apr 28 2018
  - libbabl is required in version 0.1.46+
* Sat Apr 28 2018
  - add BR for gdk-pixbuf-loader-rsvg to enable svg icons
  - enable jpeg2000 support: new BR pkgconfig(libopenjp2)
  - enable webp support: new BR pkgconfig(libwebp) >= 0.6.0
  - enable OpenEXR support: new BR pkgconfig(OpenEXR)
  - enable email support: new BR/R for xdg-utils for xdg-email
  - set LC_ALL/LANG in %prep and %build to silence warnings about
    encoding of the translations
  - make sure we can see the compiler cmdlines by disabling the
    silent rules
* Fri Apr 27 2018
  - Update to version 2.10.0:
    + Image processing nearly fully ported to GEGL, allowing high bit
      depth processing, multi-threaded and hardware accelerated pixel
      processing, and more.
    + Color management is a core feature now, most widgets and
      preview areas are color-managed.
    + Many improved tools, and several new and exciting tools, such
      as the Warp transform, the Unified transform and the Handle
      transform tools.
    + On-canvas preview for all filters ported to GEGL.
    + Improved digital painting with canvas rotation and flipping,
      symmetry painting, MyPaint brush support.
    + Support for several new image formats added (OpenEXR, RGBE,
      WebP, HGT), as well as improved support for many existing
      formats (in particular more robust PSD importing).
    + Metadata viewing and editing for Exif, XMP, IPTC, and DICOM.
    + Basic HiDPI support: automatic or user-selected icon size.
    + New themes for GIMP (Light, Gray, Dark, and System) and new
      symbolic icons meant to somewhat dim the environment and shift
      the focus towards content (former theme and color icons are
      still available in Preferences).
    + And more, better, more, and even more awesome!
  - Drop gimp-gegl03-buildfix.patch: Fixed upstream, following this
    drop libtool BuildRequires and no longer pass autoreconf.
  - Replace pkgconfig(gegl-0.3) with gegl-0.4) BuildRequires.
  - Add gcc-c++, gegl, glib-networking, pkgconfig(gexiv2),
    pkgconfig(liblzma), pkgconfig(libmypaint),
    pkgconfig(mypaint-brushes-1.0) and pkgconfig(poppler-data)
    BuildRequires: New dependencies.
* Thu Mar 08 2018
  - Add gimp-gegl03-buildfix.patch: Port to gegl-03, patch taken from
  - Following the above port, replace pkgconfig(gegl-0.2) with
    pkgconfig(gegl-0.3) BuildRequires and add libtool BuildRequires:
    and pass autoreconf as the above patch touches the buildsystem.
* Sun Jan 07 2018
  - Run spec-cleaner, modernize spec, drop Obsoletes for versions
    no longer supported.
* Sat Jan 06 2018
  - Don't build with webkit1, as it is no longer maintained and has
    plenty of security bugs.  This disables the GIMP's built-in help
    browser; it will use an external browser when configured this way.
    This works around a number of security vulnerabilities in Webkit1:
* Wed May 31 2017
  - drop mypaint until it is in Factory.
* Fri May 12 2017
  - update to 2.8.22
  - drop upstream patches - now in the the source
  - drop gimp-fix-PDF-Import-filter-crash.patch
  - drop gimp-bgo773233-CVE-2007-3126.patch
  - conditionalize mypaint support
  - full change log:
* Sat Feb 25 2017
  - Build with libmypaint support.
* Tue Feb 21 2017
  - Add gimp-bgo773233-CVE-2007-3126.patch: Gimp 2.3.14 allows
    context-dependent attackers to cause a denial of service (crash)
    via an ICO file with an InfoHeader containing a Height of zero
    (bgo#773233, CVE-2007-3126).
  - Add gimp-fix-PDF-Import-filter-crash.patch: Fix a crash in PDF
    Import filter when importing large image PDF or specifying high
    resolution (bgo#593576).
* Thu Feb 09 2017
  - Add conditional gimp-help-browser Obsoletes for Tumbleweed and
    Leap newer than 42.x.
* Wed Feb 08 2017
  - Remove --with-pic, this is only for static libs.
  - Trim description on non-main subpackages.
* Fri Feb 03 2017
  - update to 2.8.20
  - Core:
    - Avoid D-Bus error message when built without D-Bus support
    - fix OS X min required conditional in gimpimagewindow.c
    - Saving to existing and .xcf.gz files didn't truncate them
    and could lead to unnecessarily large files
    - Text layer created by gimp-text-fontname doesn't respect border
    when resized
    - avoid seeking when saving XCF files to prevent corruption with
    file network shares (fixed since 2014, but not mentioned in NEWS yet)
    - Flow on Paint Dynamics editor dialog: the 'y' axis is indicating
    'Rate' instead 'Flow'
    - Vertical ruler shows artifacts if the status bar isn't showing
    - Tablet stylus misbehaves when crossing the edge of a dock in
    - Disable the new "automatic window tabbing" feature introduced on macOS
    - Improve the visiblity of slider handles with dark themes
    - Make it harder to switch to renaming if selecting already selected
    items in resource lists
    - make toggling to color picker mode of paint tools more robust
    - call gimp_file_entry_set_filename() with filename encoding
    - Prevent the Python console from closing by the Escape key
    - Help browser does not launch on OS X
    - Filter 'Edge Detect/Difference of Gaussians' returns empty image
    - only use -xobjective-c for compile commands
    - fix calls to write_file() routine to write to current
    - When printing, the images are composed onto a white background to
    prevent printing a black box instead of a transaprent image
    - Fix color visison deficiency display filters to apply gamma
    correction directly
    Updated Translations:
    - Catalan  - Czech  - Danish  - Finnish  - French  - German
    - Greek  - Hungarian  - Icelandic  - Italian  - Polish
    - Portuguese  - Slovak  - Slovenian  - Scottish Gaelic
    - Spanish  - Swedish
    - Bug fixes
* Sun Jan 15 2017
  - Replace -devel BuildRequires for their pkgconfig version aligned
    with what configure looks for:
    - babl-devel for pkgconfig(babl).
    - gegl-devel for pkgconfig(gegl-0.2).
    - libpng-devel for pkgconfig(libpng).
    - libpoppler-glib-devel for pkgconfig(poppler-glib).
    - xorg-x11-libXfixes-devel for pkgconfig(xfixes).
    - xorg-x11-libXpm-devel for pkgconfig(xpm).
    - zlib-devel for pkgconfig(zlib).
  - Add an explicit pkgconfig(cairo-pdf) BuildRequires: configure
    checks for it (full pdf support).
  - Run spec-cleaner: drop obsolete clean, modernise macros.
  - No longer depend on libwebkit-devel for Tumbleweed and pass
    - -disable-webkit to configure for Tumbleweed.
* Sun Jul 31 2016
  - update to 2.8.18
  - Drop gimp-Multiple-Use-After-Free.patch - upstreamed
    +Core: - Initialize fontconfig cache in separate thread to keep GUI
    responsive on first startup
    - Properly recognize layer masks as deactivated, e.g. for moving layers
    - Create $XDG_DATA_HOME if it doesn't exist
    - (CVE-2016-4994) Multiple Use-After-Free when parsing XCF channel
    and layer properties
    - Fix progress access to prevent crash on rapid sequence of commands
    - Fix crash in gimp-gradient-segment-range-move
    - Disable color picker buttons on OS X to prevent a GUI lockup
    - Disable "new-style" full-screen mode on OS X to prevent a crash
    - Pulsing progress bar in splash screen to indicate unknown durations
    - Fix gamut warning color for lcms display filter
    - Fix unbolding of bold font on edit
    - Prevent accidental renaming of wrong adjacent item
    - Change compression settings to decrease size by 20%
    - Add Catalan, Danish, French, Dutch
    - Fix crash on sRGB JPEG image drag & drop
    - Fix ambiguous octal-escaped output of c-source
    - Fix KISS CEL export
    - Fix progress bar for file-compressor
    - Make Script-Fu regex match return proper character indexes for
    Unicode characters
    - Fix Script-Fu modulo for large numbers
    - Documentation updates
    - Bug fixes
    - Translation updates
* Thu Jun 23 2016
  - Fix CVE-2016-4994 (boo#986021, bgo#767873):
    + Add gimp-Multiple-Use-After-Free.patch: Multiple Use-After-Free
      when parsing XCF channel and layer properties.
* Sat Dec 05 2015
  - Explcitly declare the libgimp version in Requires, so upgrades
    bring in the updated libraries as well. Makes the upgrade from
    2.8.x > 2.8.16 seamless and avoids an error on start.
* Sat Nov 28 2015
  - update to version 2.8.16
  - fix a couple of rpmlint warnings
    - Seek much less when writing XCF
    - Don't seek past the end of the file when writing XCF
    - Windows: call SetDLLDirectory() for less DLL hell
    - Fix velocity parameter on .GIH brushes
    - Fix brokenness while transforming certain sets of linked layers
    - Always show image tabs in single window mode
    - Fix switching of dock tabs by DND hovering
    - Don't make the scroll area for tags too small
    - Fixed a crash in the save dialog
    - Fix issue where ruler updates made things very slow on Windows
    - Fix several issues in the BMP plug-in
    - Make Gfig work with the new brush size behavior again
    - Fix font export in the PDF plug-in
    - Support layer groups in OpenRaster files
    - Fix loading of PSD files with layer groups
    + General:
    - OSX build system fixes
    - Bug fixes
    - Translation updates
* Wed Apr 08 2015
  - Replace liblcms-devel BuildRequires with pkgconfig(lcms2): gimp
    has been ported to lcms2 since version 2.8.8.



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