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                 GEGL - an image processing framework
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GEGL only has released development snapshots thus far. Odd micro versions are
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from SVN whilst even micro numbers indicate released snapshots. 
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Changes in GEGL 0.0.12
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 • Swapping out of image pyramid.
 • Speedups to text rendering.
 • GEGL compiles on win32
 • GEGL_SWAP now specifies swapdir location.
 • Small refactorings of public API.
 • Changed the XML parser/serializer to not use attributes for node properties.
 • Improvements to documentation.
 • Automagic build environment for operations simplified.
 • Internal API for saving/loading GeglBuffers to/from disk.
 • Ruby, C# and Python bindings added to version control system
   (not included in distributed tarball)

Contributions from:

Kevin Cozens, Øyvind Kolås, Sven Neumann and Michael Schumacher.
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Changes in GEGL 0.0.8
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The GEGL 0.0.8 release tarball didn't build properly and was removed, the
0.0.10 release replaces the 0.0.8 release.


Changes in GEGL 0.0.6
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 • hit detection code
 • handling of relative/absolute path names for XML.
 • merged GeglNode and GeglGraph classes.
 • build fixes for Win32 and FreeBSD
 • temporary disabled custom cairo in test application.
 • png and EXR improvements.
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Contributions from:

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Dominik Ernst, Kevin Cozens, Øyvind Kolås and Michael Schumacher.

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Changes in GEGL 0.0.4
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This was the first public release of GEGL.
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 • 8bit, 16bit integer and 32bit floating point, RGB, CIE Lab, YCbCr and naive
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  CMYK output.
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 • Extendable through plug-ins.
 • XML, C and Python interfaces.
 • Memory efficient evaluation of subregions.
 • Tiled, sparse, pyramidial and larger than RAM buffers.
 • Rich core set of processing operations
    • PNG, JPEG, SVG, EXR, RAW and other image sources.
    • Arithmetic operations, porter duff compositing operations, SVG blend
      modes, other blend modes, apply mask.
      • Gaussian blur.
      • Basic color correction tools.
      • Most processing done with High Dynamic Range routines.
      • Text layouting using pango