Apperently my original response got malformed in the ether, so I am
trying again.  Copy paste of my original response below:


Are you refering to known bug, or something new.

The exact code I am sending is this:
Where Progress.ME is a reference to a specific class instance (I was
trying to avoid sending a self reference in case that was the issue.
The original code replaced all Progress.ME references with a reference
to self.  (The class Progress contains a static member ME which is
simply equal to self.  This was done to create the callback in such a
way that it could be used without a 'self' reference required as a
paramerter.  I've tested it both ways and gotten the same results.)

            pth = "<Image>/Filters/Temp/" + Progress.ME._pdb_name
                "Temporary External Progress Bar Handler.",
                "Temporary External Progress Bar Handler.",
                "other_test_class_instance-jdsfg",  # Author
                "other_test_class_instance-jdsfg",  # Copy
                "Somewhen in the far future.",  # Date
                pth,  # Path
                "*",  # image types
                #3, provided by gimpfu
                #1, provided by gimpfu
                    (gimpfu.PF_INT32, "num", "Value received"),
                    (gimpfu.PF_STRING, "word", "Value In."),
                    (gimpfu.PF_FLOAT, "f_num", "Value In.")
                    (gimpfu.PF_BOOL, "ret_val", "True/False")

and the response I am getting back is :

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/gimp/2.0/python/", line 850, in _run
    res = apply(func, params[1:])
  File "/home/<snip>/.gimp-2.8/plug-ins/", line 336, in
do_plug this = Plug()
  File "/home/<snip>/.gimp-2.8/plug-ins/", line 305, in
__init__ self._gui = GUI()
  File "/home/<snip>/.gimp-2.8/plug-ins/", line 174, in
__init__ self._progress = Progress()
  File "/home/<snip>/.gimp-2.8/plug-ins/", line 101, in
__init__ Progress.ME.callback(register=True)
  File "/home/<snip>/.gimp-2.8/plug-ins/", line 79, in
callback Progress.ME.callback
TypeError: install_temp_proc() takes exactly 11 arguments (12 given)

assuming that helps, or hoping rather.
C. Jason B.

On Thu, 27 Aug 2015 11:02:09 -0300
"Joao S. O. Bueno" <> wrote:

> It should allow for the callback - and the behavior you describe is a
> bug in the gimp=python.
> As for any calls that require "-1" as a parameter for "nothing" or
> "cancel" , they should take in
> a Python's "None"  when used from Python.
> On 27 August 2015 at 09:59, C. Jason. B. <>
> wrote:  
> > List,
> >
> > I am tasked with creating (python using GTK) a plugin which will
> > utilize a great many other scripts and plugins within GIMP.  The
> > file which is being written runs in full screen mode most of the
> > time so the progress bars in The GIMP are obscured, which leads to
> > the use of an external progress bar.  But a snag has been
> > encountered.  While trying to register a temporary function from
> > within python, it balks at the number of parameters, and the
> > parameter it is refusing is the callback function.  A perusal of
> > the source code lead me to gimpmodule.c in the pygimp directory
> > (line 642).
> >
> > I am not a c programmer, so I am attempting to translate this via my
> > knowledge of Python.
> >
> > It looks, at first glance, as if this function does not allow for a
> > callback function to be passed in.  If so, how would one register a
> > temporary function from python?
> >
> > On an additional note, the PDB function gimp_progress_init indicates
> > that a '-1' is passed to instruct it to use an external window for a
> > progress bar, but it chokes on that value with an error (either as
> > a string or an int).
> >
> > I have found the functions which (in Python) are accessed via
> > gimp.progress_install, so I know that these can be used instead.
> > What I am trying to find out is if the PDB variants of this are
> > implemented, or am I using them in the wrong way?  If I am using
> > them wrong, would someone be kind enough to explain how they should
> > be used?
> >
> > Sincerely,
> > C. Jason B.
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