I’m not sure to understand what you mean by "if these could save to
high-bit-depth XCF directly, that would be even nicer”, but what I can say is
that photoflow works as a “native” plug-in, in the sense that it does not call
an external program, and it copies the output into the GEGL buffer of a newly
created GIMPO image.
The code is very similar to UFraw in this respect, except that the image data
is passed in 32-bits floating point format.
Hope this helps.
> On 28 Apr 2016, at 19:09, Ofnuts <ofn...@gmx.com> wrote:
> On 28/04/16 12:31, Elle Stone wrote:
>> On 04/27/2016 12:11 PM, Elle Stone wrote:
>>> Hmm, now that I have darktable properly installed using Lua, and GIMP
>>> opening 32f raw files processed with darktable, I can't figure out how
>>> to open a raw file from GIMP using the PhotoFlow plug-in.
>>> What's the procedure for bypassing the darktable plug-in to use a
>>> different GIMP raw plug-in?
>> Uninstalling darktable does allow the user to use the PhotoFlow raw plug-in.
>> But this doesn't seem like a very user-friendly way to proceed. Also, it
>> only seems to work if GIMP is recompiled and reinstalled *after* darktable
>> has been uninstalled. Or at least delete the config folder, or whatever file
>> in the config folder holds information about the raw plug-ins.
>> So is there some place in the GIMP UI - that so far I haven't been able to
>> find - to choose which raw plug-in to use?
>> If not, are there plans to add a way in the GIMP UI for users to choose
>> which raw plug-in to use?
> Perhaps the best solution is to use the stand-alone version of the plugins.
> Of course, if these could save to high-bit-depth XCF directly, that would be
> even nicer.
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