Paul Askins said:
> Sure wasn't it "Ciaran O'Riordan" <ciaran at member.fsf.org>
> sometime around 08 Apr 2004 14:09:14 +0100 said:
>>>>  last time I checked, gimp for win32 crashed a lot. Blender is
>> another candidate, but it's not very mainstream.
>>> I use gimp on WinXP here at work quite a bit and have never run into any
> problems with it, no more than any other Windows app that is. At the
> very least, it would show that there are alternatives to
> Photoshop/Paintshop Pro that are every bit as good without costing an
> arm and a leg.
I'll second that. I have it on Windows 2000 here at work, and had few
problems. I also have xemacs installed, tcl python and perl, Ethereal,
RealVNC, cygwin, nmap-win, FabForce DBDesigner, syn editor. That's what I
can find at the minute. Can provide URLs if required.
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