Feel free to contact me as well if you need help. Alex already pointed you
to my website.
On Fri, Jul 1, 2016 at 8:27 AM, Jehan Pagès <jehan.marmott...@gmail.com>
> On Thu, Jun 30, 2016 at 7:44 PM, Hashem Zavvari <hashemzaw...@gmail.com>
> > Hi gimp masters,
> > I'm new in hacking the gimp. I spend a couple of days to get detail
> > information about modifying gimp program and customizing it as windows
> > application for my project, since it is a great and useful open source
> > image manipulation ever.
> > I googleing and wiki.gimp to begin this job, but I don't see any proper
> > detail guidance and enough resources for hacking. Purpose is hacking by
> > experiences and tools in hand:
> > My OS is: Windows 10 x64
> > expert in: Visual studio, dot net, C#, WPF and so on (obviously I can't
> > hacking gimp under VS).
> > familiar with: C, C++, Java
> > don't know about gegl, gtk+, babl and so on.
> > First problem correct load and successful build gimp-master source from
> > in local under eclipse-cpp-kepler-SR2-win32-x86_64 or NetBeans.IDE.8.1,
> > while I use cygwin 2.874 for them.
> > Second, after build and compile how to get port it for Windows and
> create a
> > install file, do I use the IDEs still for this? how to modifying and
> > customizing gimp environment it's UI or create the other tools for my
> > I appreciate for any detail and step by step help to do this purpose.
> Unfortunately, we have no dedicated Windows developer so it's hard to
> give you step-by-step about anything you ask and confidently tell you
> "it will work". But what that means is that we are more than welcoming
> you if you wish to contribute to GIMP! Windows developers are really
> needed since most of us are daily Linux users. The result of this is
> that GIMP has much more issues (stability, bugs, UI weirdness…) under
> Windows than under Linux. Patches and bug fixes are very welcome! :-)
> Alexandre gave you some links which are where you should start, though
> once again, the sections to build under Windows may be outdated. But
> that's a good start point. If you follow these steps and find that
> some points are not right, do not hesitate to tell us so that we can
> edit the wiki (or probably better, we could give you a wiki account).
> Actually reading your email, it sounds like you may already have built
> GIMP successfully. So you may already have some remarks about what we
> have on the wiki?
> Also I'm not sure I understand all your questions about customizing
> GIMP environment or "other tools" for GIMP. But once again, if it is
> about Windows development, not sure I could answer, even if I
> understood the questions.
> Anyway feel free to ask more detailed questions, though you likely
> know more than us about anything which is Windows-specific (and that's
> good, we would welcome your knowledge there!).
> > Thanks in advanced.
> > --
> > _______________________________________________________
> > Hashem Zavvari, BSc SWE.
> > Present, MSc SWE student at Research & Science branch of IAU.
> > Islamic Republic of Iran, Mashhad.
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