On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 13:41:55 +0200 (CEST) kovzol <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello, I'm using GIMP-1.2.5 under Linux. Is it possible to start the
> GIMP-Perl server from command line?
Sure, do something like this:
gimp -i -b '(extension-perl-server 0 0 0)'&
>(As I earlier mentioned, I'd like to
> run a Perl-Fu script and as I experienced, I have about 60% of speedup on
> a 256 MB RAM, 600 MHz PC machine if I start GIMP-Perl server first from
> GIMP, but in the future I should start the GIMP-Perl server automagically,
> e.g. on booting Linux.)
AFAIK Gimp 1.2 still needs access to a X server for font rendering. To
implement a 'headless Gimp server', you could use Xvfb.
Gimp 2.0.X does font rendering on the client side, no X server
required. Might be a better solution.
Dynamic web graphics using a 'Gimp server' for 'on-the-fly rendering'
is pretty cool stuff. Speed is often an issue, so caching the
rendering results might be a good idea. I implemented something like
this a couple of years ago, when graphic rendering of textual content
(menu buttons, etc) was fashionable ;-).
- Vegard -
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