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GIMP User Manual 0.11 Released

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We're proud to announce a new release of the user manual for GIMP 2.2. This release features a lot of fixed and new content, in particular:

* New content for German, Spanish, Russian, Czech and French
* Spelling and grammar fixes for German, French, Italian, Czech and Dutch
* Korean, Norwegian and Russian as new translations
* Support for the new table of content view in the help browser that ships with recent development versions of GIMP
* Lots of bug fixes

You can download gimp-help-2-0.11 from ftp.gimp.org.

More on Gimp's HomePage.

won't compile

I have version 0.9 installed. I'm trying to compile 0.11 but I get this error:

-- Validating XML for zh_CN number of errors: 0
*** Validating profiled XML ***
Log files of the validation process have been generated in the xml directory.
Please correct any errors before writing new content.
*** Copying images ***
*** Copying stylesheets ***
-- Building HTML for cs
../../xml/cs.xml:1: parser error : Document is empty

^
../../xml/cs.xml:1: parser error : Start tag expected, '<' not found

^
unable to parse ../../xml/cs.xml
make: *** [stamps/html.cs.stamp] Error 6

anyone can help please?

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