On 10 Jan 2003, at 12:37, Joakim wrote:
> I have tried to find gimp-perl for win32 but I can't find it.
> The Gimp-Perl FAQ says that there is no port of gimp-perl for win32.
> Is the FAQ not updated or is it really true that their is no port? In
> the latter case, is anybody trying to do a port?
No, there is no port, and as far as I know, nobody's trying to port
I thought there had been discussion about this on the developer list,
but I am not sure I found it:
On 22 Dec 2001, at 1:47, Fabian Frédérick wrote:
> About Perl-Gimp for Windows, I've done a skeleton of that stuff....
> Problem is it doesn't work with structs yet (Perl blessing doesn't
> work at all).
On 19 Apr 2002, at 19:19, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> [Scheme] does, however, run under windows, unlike gimp-perl,
> which should be very easy to port without Gtk. Porting Gtk
> should be easy too, if the destination is named cygwin.
> Unfortunately, the developers who do the windows port don't use
> the same config mechanisms as under unix/cygwin, and Gtk is
> proven to be hard to port to that environment.
On 24 Apr 2002, at 18:49, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 19, 2002 at 10:34:19PM +0300, Tor
> Lillqvist <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > and Gtk is proven to be hard to port to that environment.
> > ... but I still fear that porting gimp-perl might be quite
> > a task.
> Why? I apart from trivial changes (gimp-perl has to parse
> the output of gimptool -n --install-admin-bin because
> gimptool doesn't have an option to output the pluginpath
> and can't be edited under windows), it compiled out of the
> box five minutes ago under windows 2000 using cygwin
> and the binaries from www.gimp.org/win32 (which, as I
> read it, are not really compatible with my environment
> I think the remaining problems are highly trivial (e.g.
> possible reliance on / instead of \, which mostly isn't a
> problem under windows anyways, socket functions etc.)
> It's just that this has to do somebody who knows windows
> better then me (I lack the time & compiler to compile gimp
> &c for windows just to test it).
Perhaps you could try and port it yourself, or sponsor somebody who
can. Or you could file an enhancement request at
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