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Re: the Gimp lcms.c plug-in



>So please, just go ahead, look at the patches in bugzilla, pick the
>best stuff from your patches and the bugzilla ones, and all will be
>fine.

OK, I'm working on it. And I promise to keep communicating actively.
I'm making two Gimp from git installations, one for the existing lcms2
patches (thank you! Michael Schumacher, for pointing the two patches
out to me) and one for the lcms2 code that I'm writing.

On a related note, I reported a bug back in 2010:
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=620781 (I changed my
website domain, the link I gave in the bug report is no longer
available). That bug still persists in Gimp 2.8/2.9 if the sRGB to
which one is converting to, starting with a linear gamma image, is
"sRGB built-in". However, using my lcms.c plugin using lcms2.h, that
bug disappears. I need to do some more testing, but there is a more
subtle bug, also involving conversions to and from a linear gamma
color space, that also seems to no longer be a problem when using my
lcms2 plug-in.

>We are short on
>resources, and naturally active community members are harder to
>forget, as opposed to patches sitting in bugzilla.

It always surprises me how few people are working on a project as big,
important, and widely used as Gimp.


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