[Gegl-developer] ANNOUNCE: GEGL-0.3.14 released

GEGL provides a node/graph based API and framework for cached, interactive
non-destructive image processing. GEGLs data flow image processing
graphs are used by GIMP and other software like gnome-photos, imgflo
and iconographer.

This release shortly after the previous one is to let gnome-photos
depend on the gdkpixbuf fixes in it for its next release.

Summary of changes:

· changed gegl_buffer_set to accept mipmap level scaled rectangles, similar to
  gegl_buffer_get and gegl_buffer_iterator_new/_add

· save-pixbuf: allocate less temporary memory
· load-pixbuf: fix rowstride related crasher
· ops made mipmap preview rendering capable: gblur-1d/gaussian blur, sinus,
  transform (rotate, scale, perspective etc), snn-mean
· noise-perlin: remove unused random seed property
· exposure: remove gamma property

To build gegl-0.3.14 you will also need babl-0.1.24

This release of GEGL was brought to you through contributions from:

Alexandre Prokoudine, Debarshi Ray, Dimitris Spingos (Δημήτρης
Σπίγγος), Jordi Mas, Martin Srebotnjak and Øyvind Kolås

Where to get GEGL:

The latest versions of GEGL and babl can be fetched from:


SHA256 sums of the released tarball:


More information about GEGL can be found at the GEGL website, http://gegl.org/
or by joining #gegl and #gimp on the GIMPnet IRC network.

Happy hacking and image processing

/Øyvind Kolås -– http://pippin.gimp.org/ http://patreon.com/pippin

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