GEGL 0.1.6 released with pluggable buffers and fixes
A new version of GEGL, non-destructive image processing library, is out with fixes and some important new features.
The most important new thing in this version is support for pluggable buffers. Not only it enables reading Google Maps or anything like that, but also simplifies further porting of GIMP to GEGL. Additionally several new operations were contributed: max-rgb, motion-blur and pixelise.
Another important change is various fixes: new matting operation was fixed, and build/test improvements were introduced.
This version of GEGL relies on previously released babl 0.1.4 and glib 2.20.5.
You can download source code.