Re: [Gimp-developer] Three questions about opening an image and converting it to linear light RGB

Two observations:

- Currently in babl, all integers representations map the used gamut [0.0, 1.0] to [0, MAX_UINT{8, 16, 32}], 
leaving no room for out-of-gamut values. But this is fixable.
- Some operations may need to output non-images data (gradients, arbitrary convolutions, domain changes such 
as Fourier or Haar, differences, correlations, prefix-sum and whatnot...), some operations may need to take 
those as input. At some point, it might make sense to properly support such non-image format too. Trying to 
make them fit in traditional color-spaces, unbounded or not, might be a bad idea. We already encountered such 
issue many time in GEGL.



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