Thierry Vignaud <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> hello, i'm the gimp maintainer in mandrake linux distribution.
> here're the patches i currently apply on gimp-1.2.3:
> explaination note for a default that make perl programmers behave
> strangely with gimp. by default, gimp perl modules doesn't export
> functions, which makes perl programmers became fool ...

I don't understand this patch nor the explanation you give. But then
I don't know much about Perl.

> this one is needed so that perl plugins're able to be compiled :

what is it you want us to say here? Perl plug-ins don't compile for

> this one forces the font selection dialog to only accept scalable
> fonts (which isneeded since gimp forces the dpi of the font to dpi of
> the image, and so fails on non-scalable fonts) :

this is only true if the user chooses to enter the size in Points.
The gimp-1-2 CVS tree already has some changes that addresses this
problem. See http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=58848

> latest releases of wget print "Resolving hostname... done" which broke
> some gimp assumptions (this patch also enforce old wget progress report):

fixed in CVS:

2002-04-10  Manish Singh  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

        * plug-ins/common/url.c: eat the "Resolving foo" line so it
        works with newer wgets.

> i've also another patch that changes the dependancy on libmpeg to
> libbmpeg but i won't submit it to you since not all distributions've
> renamed mpeg_lib's libmpeg to libbmpeg (we did this in order to
> prevent a clash with kdemutlimedia)

well, that's your problem. Shouldn't KDE use another name since libmpeg
has been around for longer? Or am I wrong here?

Could you please check Bugzilla for existing bug-reports regarding
your problems and attach your patches to these reports or open new
bug-reports. Thanks a lot.

Salut, Sven
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