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A graph-based image processing framework.

GEGL is a graph-based image processing framework offering non-destructive image processing and compositing on large images. It is suitable for projects ranging from small one-off projects to interactive applications.



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Ted Teah

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8 January 2007

Leaders and contributors

Oyvind Kolas Maintainer
Dominik Ernst Contributor
Calvin Williamson Contributor
Manish Singh Contributor
Kevin Cozens Contributor
Daniel Rogers Contributor
Martin Nordholts Contributor
Geert Jordaens Contributor
Oyvind Kolas Contributor
Richard Kralovic Contributor
Caroline Dahloff Contributor
Victor Bogado Contributor
Jay Cox Contributor
Sven Neumann Contributor
Philip Lafleur Contributor
Michael Natterer Contributor

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
DeveloperMailing List Info/Archive
Bug TrackingVCS Repository Webview
DeveloperVCS Repository Webview

Software prerequisites

Required to buildlibopenexr
Required to buildgtk+
Required to buildbabl
Required to buildlibjpeg
Required to buildSDL
Required to buildlibsvg
Required to buildglib
Required to buildlinpng
Required to buildcairo/pango


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