Commit 65dafbd9 authored by Sven Neumann's avatar Sven Neumann Committed by Sven Neumann

bumped the version to 2.4.0-rc1.

2007-08-15  Sven Neumann  <sven@gimp.org>

	* configure.in: bumped the version to 2.4.0-rc1.

	* README
	* INSTALL: updated for the GIMP 2.4 release candidate(s).

	* data/images/gimp-splash.png: added splash screen for the 2.4
	release candidate(s).

	* app/Makefile.am
	* tools/Makefile.am: adjust targets for 2.4.


svn path=/trunk/; revision=23281
parent 7045093a
2007-08-15 Sven Neumann <sven@gimp.org>
* configure.in: bumped the version to 2.4.0-rc1.
* README
* INSTALL: updated for the GIMP 2.4 release candidate(s).
* data/images/gimp-splash.png: added splash screen for the 2.4
release candidate(s).
* app/Makefile.am
* tools/Makefile.am: adjust targets for 2.4.
2007-08-15 Sven Neumann <sven@gimp.org>
* data/images: renamed old splash and logo images.
Installation instructions for GIMP 2.3
Installation instructions for GIMP 2.4
--------------------------------------
There are some basic steps to building and installing GIMP.
GIMP 2.3 replaces earlier GIMP 2.x versions. It is advised that you
uninstall them before installing GIMP 2.3. If you want to keep your
older GIMP 2.x installation in parallel to GIMP 2.3, you have to
GIMP 2.4 replaces earlier GIMP 2.x versions. It is advised that you
uninstall them before installing GIMP 2.4. If you want to keep your
older GIMP 2.x installation in parallel to GIMP 2.4, you have to
choose a separate prefix which is not in your default library search
path.
......@@ -66,9 +66,9 @@ header files installed.
of make, we'd appreciate if you'd send us a patch with the changes.
10. Install GIMP by running `make install'. In order to avoid clashes
with other versions of GIMP, we install a binary called gimp-2.3.
with other versions of GIMP, we install a binary called gimp-2.4.
By default there's also a link created so that you can type 'gimp'
to start gimp-2.3.
to start gimp-2.4.
Please make sure you don't have any old GTK+-2.x, jpeg, etc. libraries
lying around on your system, otherwise configure may fail to find the
......@@ -80,8 +80,8 @@ packages are included below. Here is an illustration of commands that
might be used to build and install GIMP. The actual configuration,
compilation and installation output is not shown.
% tar xvfz gimp-2.3.x.tar.gz # unpack the sources
% cd gimp-2.3.x # change to the toplevel directory
% tar xvfz gimp-2.4.x.tar.gz # unpack the sources
% cd gimp-2.4.x # change to the toplevel directory
% ./configure # run the `configure' script
% make # build GIMP
% make install # install GIMP
......@@ -116,8 +116,8 @@ These are:
is intended primarily as a convenience for developers.
--enable-gimpdir=DIR. This option changes the default directory
GIMP uses to search for its configuration files from ~/.gimp-2.3
(the directory .gimp-2.3 in the users home directory) to DIR.
GIMP uses to search for its configuration files from ~/.gimp-2.4
(the directory .gimp-2.4 in the users home directory) to DIR.
--enable-binreloc. When compiled for Linux with this option enabled,
GIMP will be binary relocatable. Plug-ins and data files will
......@@ -209,8 +209,8 @@ These are:
if you call configure with --without-desktop-dir.
--disable-default-binary. Use this option if you don't want to make
gimp-2.3 the default gimp installation. Otherwise a link called
gimp pointing to the gimp-2.3 executable will be installed.
gimp-2.4 the default gimp installation. Otherwise a link called
gimp pointing to the gimp-2.4 executable will be installed.
--disable-gimp-console. Use this option if you don't want the
gimp-console binary to be built in addition to the standard binary.
......@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@ The `make' command builds several things:
- A bunch of public libraries in the directories starting with 'libgimp'.
- The plug-in programs in the 'plug-ins' directory.
- Some modules in the 'modules' subdirectory.
- The main GIMP program 'gimp-2.3' in `app'.
- The main GIMP program 'gimp-2.4' in `app'.
The `make install' commands installs the gimp header files associated
with the libgimp libraries, the plug-ins, some data files and the GIMP
......
The GNU Image Manipulation Program Version 2.3
The GNU Image Manipulation Program Version 2.4
----------------------------------------------
This is an unstable development version of GIMP. Please realize that
this is in no way a final product. A lot of new features are
incomplete and some things may even be completely broken. If you need
to get work done, please use the stable version, GIMP 2.2.
GIMP 2.3 replaces earlier GIMP 2.x versions. It is advised that you
uninstall them before installing GIMP 2.3. If you want to keep your
older GIMP 2.x installation in parallel to GIMP 2.3, you have to
This is a release candidate for GIMP 2.4, the new stable version of
GIMP. Please realize that this is in not yet the 2.4.0 release. This
release candidate should be feature complete and pretty close to what
you will get with 2.4.0. But there might still be bugs and even some
minor changes pending in some places. you way a final product. A lot
of new features are incomplete and some things may even be completely
broken. If you need to get work done, please stick to the stable
version, GIMP 2.2 until GIMP 2.4 is released.
GIMP 2.4 replaces earlier GIMP 2.x versions. It is advised that you
uninstall them before installing GIMP 2.4. If you want to keep your
older GIMP 2.x installation in parallel to GIMP 2.4, you have to
choose a separate prefix which is not in your default library search
path. Otherwise your GIMP 2.2 or GIMP 2.0 installation will start to
use the new libraries. You have been warned.
......@@ -95,13 +99,13 @@ servers are:
The look of GIMP's interface can be customized like any other GTK app
by editing the ~/.gtkrc-2.0 file or by using "themes" (ready-made
customizations). For downloadable themes and further details, see
http://gtk.themes.org. Additionally, GIMP reads ~/.gimp-2.3/gtkrc so
http://gtk.themes.org. Additionally, GIMP reads ~/.gimp-2.4/gtkrc so
you can have settings that only apply to GIMP.
Included is a set of keybindings similar to those in Adobe Photoshop.
You can find them in the ps-menurc file. To use them, copy this file
to ~/.gimp-2.3/menurc. You can also manually change the keybindings to
any of your choice by editing ~/.gimp-2.3/menurc.
to ~/.gimp-2.4/menurc. You can also manually change the keybindings to
any of your choice by editing ~/.gimp-2.4/menurc.
Have fun,
......
......@@ -32,9 +32,9 @@ SUBDIRS = \
if ENABLE_GIMP_CONSOLE
bin_PROGRAMS = gimp-2.3 gimp-console-2.3
bin_PROGRAMS = gimp-2.4 gimp-console-2.4
else
bin_PROGRAMS = gimp-2.3
bin_PROGRAMS = gimp-2.4
endif
app_sources = \
......@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ app_sources = \
units.h \
gimp-intl.h
gimp_2_3_SOURCES = $(app_sources)
gimp_2_4_SOURCES = $(app_sources)
EXTRA_DIST = \
......@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ AM_LDFLAGS = $(mwindows) $(munix) \
-u $(SYMPREFIX)gimp_coords_mix \
-u $(SYMPREFIX)gimp_plug_in_manager_restore
gimp_2_3_LDADD = \
gimp_2_4_LDADD = \
gui/libappgui.a \
actions/libappactions.a \
dialogs/libappdialogs.a \
......@@ -139,13 +139,13 @@ gimp_2_3_LDADD = \
if ENABLE_GIMP_CONSOLE
gimp_console_2_3_SOURCES = $(app_sources)
gimp_console_2_4_SOURCES = $(app_sources)
gimp_console_2_3_CPPFLAGS = \
gimp_console_2_4_CPPFLAGS = \
$(AM_CPPFLAGS) \
-DGIMP_CONSOLE_COMPILATION
gimp_console_2_3_LDADD = \
gimp_console_2_4_LDADD = \
widgets/widgets-enums.o \
display/display-enums.o \
display/gimpdisplayoptions.o \
......
......@@ -7,8 +7,8 @@ AC_PREREQ(2.54)
# GIMP_INTERFACE_AGE += 1;
m4_define([gimp_major_version], [2])
m4_define([gimp_minor_version], [3])
m4_define([gimp_micro_version], [20])
m4_define([gimp_minor_version], [4])
m4_define([gimp_micro_version], [0])
m4_define([gimp_real_version],
[gimp_major_version.gimp_minor_version.gimp_micro_version])
m4_define([gimp_version], [gimp_real_version])
......@@ -17,20 +17,20 @@ m4_define([gimp_binary_age],
[m4_eval(100 * gimp_minor_version + gimp_micro_version)])
# For overriding the version string. Comment out if not needed.
# m4_define([gimp_version], [2.2.0])
m4_define([gimp_version], [2.4.0-rc1])
# This is the X.Y used in -lgimp-X.Y
m4_define([gimp_api_version], [2.0])
# Versions used for apps, plugins, tools, pkg-config files, and data,
# as well as global and user prefs
m4_define([gimp_app_version], [2.3])
m4_define([gimp_app_version], [2.4])
m4_define([gimp_plugin_version], [2.0])
m4_define([gimp_tool_version], [2.0])
m4_define([gimp_pkgconfig_version], [2.0])
m4_define([gimp_data_version], [2.0])
m4_define([gimp_sysconf_version], [2.0])
m4_define([gimp_user_version], [2.3])
m4_define([gimp_user_version], [2.4])
m4_define([gimp_unstable],
m4_if(m4_eval(gimp_minor_version % 2), [1], [yes], [no]))
......
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......@@ -13,12 +13,12 @@ bin_PROGRAMS = $(GIMP_REMOTE)
noinst_PROGRAMS = test-clipboard
EXTRA_PROGRAMS = \
gimp-remote-2.3 \
gimp-remote-2.4 \
kernelgen
gimp_remote_2_3_SOURCES = gimp-remote.c
gimp_remote_2_4_SOURCES = gimp-remote.c
gimp_remote_2_3_LDADD = \
gimp_remote_2_4_LDADD = \
$(GTK_LIBS) \
$(LIBXMU)
......
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