The Gimp Gets Support For G5 Systems

OpenOSX has released an update for The Gimp, bringing it to version 1.2.5. The Gimp is designed to be a Photoshop alternative and ships open sourced. The update ships with additional features and is optimized for G5 systems. According to OpenOSX:

OpenOSX today announced the immediate availability of their Gimp 1.2.5 product, now accelerated for the Apple Power Macintosh G5 processor that is an easy-to-use solution for quickly installing and utilizing the popular, open source "The GIMP" software, offering users sophisticated photo manipulation and graphic tools.

The new edition brings: updated software, additional features, enhanced stability and has been compiled to utilize G5 processor capabilities.

This is the first version of the OpenOSX Gimp product built specifically for the Power Macintosh G5, offering a new level of performance, and it will still operate on older Mac OS X 10.2.x systems.

The product features a customizable single-click installer that will install the long list of requisite software libraries required to run The Gimp on Mac OS X effortlessly, along with complete documentation (in both PDF and HTML formats), tutorials, over 100 fonts, brushes, patterns, 600 megabytes of Plug-Ins and a mirror of the official Gimp website.

You can find more information about The Gimp update at the OpenOSX Web site. The Gimp 1.2.5 is available for US$30.00.