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GIMP 2.2.15 Released

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Version 2.2.15 of the GNU Image Manipulation Program is a bug-fix release in the stable 2.2 series. This is the stable branch of GIMP and only bug-fixes were applied.

Bugs fixed in GIMP 2.2.15
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- fixed parsing of GFig files with CRLF line endings (bug #346988)
- guard against a possible stack overflow in the Sunras loader (bug #433902)
- fixed definition of datarootdir in gimptool-2.0 (bug #436386)
- fixed Perspective tool crash on Mac OS X (bug #349483)
- fixed area resizing in the Image Map plug-in (bug #439222)
- added missing library in gimptool-2.0 --libs output
- added new localizations: Occitan and Persian

More @ http://www.gimp.org/



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