• 17-Dec-2022: SeBIE version 0.9.5 released: Reduce cmake GTK3 minimum to 3.22, fix minor memory leaks, various code cleanup, meson support, optional GTK4 support, check fac_height/fac_width against invalid values.
  • 06-Nov-2022: SeBIE version 0.9.4 released: Autoconf/automake update, cmake support, GTK3 support, always draw the background, fix gamm lut clipping, code cleanup.
  • 21-Oct-2022: SeBIE version 0.9.3 released: Fix various compile warnings.
  • 13-Aug-2010: SeBIE version 0.9.2 released: Fedora 13 build fixed.
  • 28-Oct-2009: Binary packages of SeBIE for various Linux distributions available through 'openSUSE Build Service'.
  • 18-Mar-2007: SeBIE version 0.9.1 released: Regex handling fixed.
  • 05-Feb-2006: SeBIE version 0.9 released: Add events delete_event and destroy to main window. Handling resizable drawing area.
  • 20-Mar-2005: SeBIE version 0.8 released: Use move and select resize edge cursor icon. Fix selection in case cursor crosses the fix point. No error message in case of ~/.sebierc does not exist.
  • 12-Jan-2005: SeBIE version 0.7 released: Add button for grayscale conversion.
  • 15-Dec-2003: Removed statically linked download version (mostly does not work).
  • 27-Oct-2003: SeBIE version 0.6 released: Fix (big) mem leak. Add range check and error popups.
  • 04-Aug-2003: Add a statically linked download version of sebie (see download section).
  • 20-Jul-2003: SeBIE version 0.5 released: Redraw image on expose event. Use gtk_spin_buttion for image gamma value.
  • 19-Jul-2003: SeBIE version 0.4 released: A lot of bug fixes. Gamma curve color correction added.
  • 17-Jul-2003: Added screenshot of SeBIE to the documentatino page.
  • 17-Jul-2003: Save some configuration in the file '~/.sebieconf', SeBIE version 0.3 released.
  • 07-Jan-2002: Documentation and homepage update.
  • 20-Dec-2002: Minor updates, SeBIE version 0.2 released.
  • 18-Dec-2002: The first running version of SeBIE is released.

What is SeBIE?

SeBIE stands for Semi-Batched-Image-Editor.

Some more information is available in the Documentation Section.

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