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& Stuff

The GIMP is a freely available image manipulation program duplicating much of the functionality of PhotoShop[tm]. For now it's available on UNIX-like platforms with X, but ports to other platforms are certainly possible.

At the moment there are two GIMP FAQs. This number will change as necessary.

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Developer FAQ User FAQ
I wrote a plug-in - randomize - which fits (more or less) into the noise group. I extracted out some of the GUI convenience routines in to a separate library, the gpc. The GUI'd blur code is now in the blur plug-in.

gpc docs gpc source
randomize docs randomize source
blur docs (not separated yet) blur source
annotated plug-in sample source
GIMP: The RRU Turorial

A note about the images

I'm not a graphics artist, nor do I play one on The Net. The images in the FAQ web pages are variations on the Schober O'Neal logo, created with a few, simple GIMP operations. All of them play on black hole or warped dimensional themes.

Last updated: 26 October 2002

Copyright 1996-1998 Miles O'Neal, <meo@rru.com> Austin, TX. All rights reserved. You may freely redistribute this FAQ so long as you redistribute it in its entirety, including this notice and the web location of the latest version. You are not required to redistribute the graphics with ths FAQ. It would be much appreciated if you let the FAQ maintainer (Miles O'Neal) know if you redistribute this FAQ.
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