Got you. Indeed, GFig is one hummongous source file. 
I wanted to use it to generate some bar and pie charts. But just playing
with Gimp's selector tools seem to do the trick just as well.
Thanks for the tip.

* Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [020312 05:09]:
> Hi,
> vio <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Hi,
> > Could someone post some links or examples on scripting GFig, please. I mean,
> > I know how to call the plug-in from a script: 
> > python> pdb.plug_in_gfig(image, drawable,dummy)
> > 
> > but then how do I pass commands to gfig, say, to draw a shape which is not 
> > included in its catalog? Or even one which is part of the gfig catalog?
> > My first guess would be to create a shape description file in ~/gimp/gfig. 
> > But then how is gfig instructed to load and process that shape?
> you don't. GFig doesn't support any PDB control. If you want to script
> GFig, you'd have to add scripting support to it. This is something you
> definitely don't want to try. Once you have you seen the source you'll
> understand why.
> Salut, Sven
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