Please, please, please try to get this right. When discussing GIMP, it
is NEVER Gimp. It is NEVER plugin. GIMP has plug-ins.
the resident proofreading compulsive,
ps--this rant is addressed at everyone who does it wrong, not just the
author of this post.
On Tue, 2002-01-15 at 20:05, Lourens Veen wrote:
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> Hi all,
> With people talking on this list about plugin distribution and management
> again recently, I figured it'd be nice to have some document which is worked
> out a bit more than the ideas that have been thrown up so far. So I've
> started to make such a preliminary design for a plugin distribution system,
> however, I'm a bit stuck due to lack of knowledge on Gimp internals.
> So, to be somewhate less vague and more specific:
> What's the difference between a tool and a plugin, on the technical side?
> Is there any difference at all or is it all in the GUI?
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