1. 25 Dec, 2000 1 commit
  2. 14 Oct, 2000 1 commit
    • Sven Neumann's avatar
      Makefile.am configure.in gimp.1.in gimp.spec.in gimprc.5.in user_install · 95546320
      Sven Neumann authored
      2000-10-14  Sven Neumann  <sven@gimp.org>
      	* Makefile.am
      	* configure.in
      	* gimp.1.in
      	* gimp.spec.in
      	* gimprc.5.in
      	* user_install
      	* user_install.bat
      	* app/gimprc.c
      	* app/user_install.c
      	* libgimp/Makefile.am
      	* libgimp/gimpenv.[ch]: applied a modified version of
      	gimp-che-20001013-2, a patch from Ben Gertzfield <che@debian.org>
      	that moves the system-dependant configuration files (gimprc and
      	friends) into $prefix/etc/gimp/1.1.
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  10. 14 Feb, 1999 1 commit
    • GMT 1999  Austin Donnelly's avatar
      New manpage plus bumper fun pack of bugfixes. · 54fe3402
      GMT 1999 Austin Donnelly authored
      Sun Feb 14 01:27:29 GMT 1999  Austin Donnelly  <austin@gimp.org>
      	New manpage plus bumper fun pack of bugfixes.
      	* gimprc.5.in: NEW FILE: beginnings of some docs on gimprc file
      	* configure.in: generate gimprc.5 from gimprc.5.in
      	* Makefile.am: install gimprc.5
      	* .cvsignore: ignore gimprc.5, it's auto generated.
      	* gimp.1: fix a few paths and URLs.  Mention the modules/
      	     directory in user's gimpdir.
      	* app/commands.c: cancel resize or scale dialogs when image
       	     they're for is destroyed, rather than segfaulting when Ok is
       	     clicked.  Thanks to Peter Teichman <peter@zeno.dorm.duke.edu>
       	     for pointing this one out.  Layer resize/scale still suffers
       	     from same problem, but Adam's working on L&C at the moment.
      	* app/gdisplay.c: off-by one error on bounds check in making image
      	* app/module_db.c: some would consider it foolish returning to
       	     code you've just unloaded.  So don't do that.
      	* app/plug_in.c: when superceeding a PDB function with a newer one
      	     of the same name, remove pointers to the old one from the
      	     plugins that originally registered them.  Fixes Nick Lamb's
      	     pluginrc file corruption thing, and catches the (common?)
      	     error of copying a plugin to a different name but failing to
      	     change what it registers.  Also, if registering a file
      	     loader/saver, make sure it has set an extension, prefix, or
      	     magic number it's interested in - that way code that relies
      	     on checking this doesn't get confused.