gimp 2.6.11-2ubuntu4.1 source package in Ubuntu
gimp (2.6.11-2ubuntu4.1) oneiric-security; urgency=low * SECURITY UPDATE: denial of service via malformed .fit file header - debian/patches/CVE-2012-3236.patch: check for valid XTENSION header in plug-ins/file-fits/fits-io.c. - CVE-2012-3236 * SECURITY UPDATE: denial of service and possible code execution via crafted KiSS palette file - debian/patches/CVE-2012-3403.patch: validate return codes and header data in plug-ins/common/file-cel.c. - CVE-2012-3403 * SECURITY UPDATE: denial of service and possible code execution via crafted GIF image file - debian/patches/CVE-2012-3481.patch: validate sizes, and prevent overflows in plug-ins/common/file-gif-load.c. - CVE-2012-3481 -- Marc Deslauriers <email address hidden> Wed, 05 Sep 2012 13:42:45 -0400
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- gimp: The GNU Image Manipulation Program
GIMP is an advanced picture editor. You can use it to edit, enhance,
and retouch photos and scans, create drawings, and make your own
images. Lots of tools are available; you can sharpen and resize photos,
and remove dust and red-eyes, for example.
It has a large collection of professional-level editing tools and
filters, similar to the ones you might find in PhotoShop. Numerous
fine-control settings and features like layers, paths, masks, and
scripting give you total control over your images.
Many image file formats are supported, including JPEG, PhotoShop
(.psd), and Paint Shop Pro (.psp) files. It can also be used to scan
and print photos.
- gimp-data: Data files for GIMP
This package contains architecture-
independent supporting data files
for use with GIMP.
- gimp-dbg: Debugging symbols for GIMP
This package includes the debugging symbols useful for debugging
GIMP and its libraries, contained in the gimp and libgimp2.0 packages.
The debugging symbols are used for execution tracing and core dump
- libgimp2.0: Libraries for the GNU Image Manipulation Program
This package includes the libgimp libraries, which are
necessary to run GIMP and third-party GIMP plugins.
- libgimp2.0-dev: Headers and other files for compiling plugins for GIMP
This package contains the header files for the GNU Image Manipulation
Program, along with the static versions of libgimp.
It also includes the gimptool-2.0 utility.
Install this package if you wish to compile your own plugins,
or if you wish to develop packages that use libgimp.
- libgimp2.0-doc: Developers' Documentation for the GIMP library
This package contains the HTML documentation for the GIMP library in
gtk-doc/ html/ .