[  date  ] 2002/03/04 | Monday | 01:07 PM
[ author ] Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 


__vio__:
> > with Gimp 1.2.3, and I read it can in fact be made to act like a
> > server, startedwithout the GUI, passing it commands with the
> > 'gimp-remote' program (which incidentally seems absent from my
> > installation).
 
__sven__: 
> The only thing gimp-remote can do is to tell a running gimp to open a
> specific file.


I wrote a script called gimp-request which does what you (vio)
thought gimp-remote would do.  An interesting twist is that it
lets you preprocess the Scheme code with Perl.  I noticed you
were a Python guy, but you might find the implementation to be
interesting anyway.  


    http://perlmonks.org/index.pl?node_id=146539


Instead of trying to bring the GIMP to the Web like you're proposing,
I'm trying to make the GIMP and the Unix command line work together the
way a Unix programmer expects to be able to.


PS: Don't let the long write-up fool you -- the actual script is
    really short.


-- 
package wuv'apqvjgt;($_=join('',(*PgtnHcemgt))) # print map "beppu\@$_\n", qw(
=~ s/([HaP])(?!e)/ \U>$1/g;s/^.|:| (?=A)|>//g;y # cpan.org  lbox.org  binq.org
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