pinta  1.7
About: Pinta is a powerful image drawing and editing program (modeled after Paint.NET).
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readme.md

Pinta - Simple Gtk# Paint Program

Build Status

Copyright (C) 2010 Jonathan Pobst

Pinta is a Gtk# clone of Paint.Net 3.0

Original Pinta code is licensed under the MIT License: See license-mit.txt for the MIT License

Code from Paint.Net 3.36 is used under the MIT License and retains the original headers on source files.

See license-pdn.txt for Paint.Net's original license.

Icons are from:

Getting help/contributing:

Windows Build and Installation Instructions:

Be sure to install Gtk# for Windows when building in Visual Studio.

Linux Build and Installation Instructions:

Building Pinta requires the following software (instructions are for Ubuntu 20.04, but should be similar for other distributions):

sudo apt install make automake autoconf mono-devel gtk-sharp2 intltool

Pinta only supports version 2.8 or higher of Mono.

To build Pinta, run:

./autogen.sh

make

sudo make install

or if building from a tarball, run:

./configure

make

sudo make install

To use different installation directory than the default (/usr/local), run this instead:

./autogen.sh --prefix=<install directory>

To uninstall Pinta, run:

sudo make uninstall

To clean all files created during the build process, run:

make cleanall

Note This will require you to rerun autogen.sh in order to run more make commands.

For a list of more make commands, run:

make help