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GIMP 2.6.12 Released - The Final 2.6

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GIMP 2.6.12 is a bug-fix release in the stable GIMP 2.6 series. Its purpose is mostly to wrap up all fixes that have piled up since 2.6.11 into a last release in the stable 2.6 series before we switch to 2.8.

Overview of Changes from GIMP 2.6.11 to GIMP 2.6.12
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* Bugs fixed:

627328 - GIMP 2.6.10 segfaults when CTRL-left click on a layer mask
631885 - GIMP fails to import a path from SVG
631728 - Crash or Gtk-CRITICAL on File->Open
641259 - [abrt] gimp-2:2.6.11-1.fc14: py-slice.py:172:slice:TypeError: integer argument expected, got float
640219 - gimp(1) manpage fixes
640612 - Sample Colorize does not function non-interactively
646947 - file-pdf-load: Don't use deprecated API
639203 - file-psp: fix for bogus input data
639203 - Fixes for some buffer overflow problems
652280 - Guard against crash due to quitting while DND is processed
660305 - fails to build with -Werror=format-security
623045 - script-fu: make server IPv6 aware

... plus a ton of others.

www.gimp.org




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