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Re: A file format to store process flow and original image untouched

On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 11:48 PM, wwp wrote:
> Hello there!
> I wonder if there's such a storage format, that is, or will (or would
> eventually) be supported by Gimp?
> The idea is to get the process flow (modifications done to an image)
> stored to disk, allowing to undo/redo even after reopening the Gimp
> later, eventually reuse (parts of) the process flow and apply it to
> another image, etc.. I don't care if the process flow is stored with the
> original file in the same storage unit or separately.
> Anyway.. some comments?


It's certainly doable. There is some free software like Ardour and
darktable that allows undo/redo across sessions.

We haven't really discussed XCF2 much, so I think it would be fair to
say that this is an open question. At some point we need to sit down
and write a functional spec.

Alexandre Prokoudine
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