Gimp User Filter is a plugin for The Gimp (http://www.gimp.org/), originally written by Jens Restemeier back in 1997. This project is about maintaining the plugin, keeping it compatible with current versions of Gimp, and eventually extending its features

Features

  • Can read Filter Factory filters (*.ffl, *.txt, *.afs, *.8bf).
  • Supports internationalization of filters even in Gimp user data directories.
  • Native filter file format to support extensions over original Filter Factory.
  • Gimp users can easily write their own filters without having to learn about Gimp programming itself.

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  • This project is a great way to push my boundaries

  • Need program, very practical.

  • good work

  • Excelent and consistent, perfect for enterprise websites !

  • Best utility on the sourceforge

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English, German, Russian

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

GTK+, Plugins

Programming Language

C, Flex, Yacc

Registered

2008-04-20