> Then I began to port it and release 0.6.44 that is not fully clean and some > points have not been ported yet. So if you have time and enogh knowledge it > would help a lot.
I have modified the plug-in to compile against GIMP 2.0. You can start it already (Image -> Colors -> Adaptive Contrast, should maybe be moved to "Layer->Colors"), but it is not fully functional (for example, OK/Cancel buttons do not work, but the preview does). The changes I made are mostly autotools-related (mainly configure.in). I also removed the "intl" program from the distribution. I did not modify any internals, in case you want to restructure the plug-in further. You can download the intermediate 0.6.45 version from: http://stud4.tuwien.ac.at/~e0225855/gimp-ace-0.6.45.tar.gz What still needs to be done: The dialog handling (dialog.c) is deprecated. I marked the few lines I had to change to make the plug-in compile with "TODO" (2 occurrences in dialog.c). You would now use "gimp_dialog_run" to present the dialog (take for example "gimp-2.0.2/plug-ins/common/mblur.c" to see how it should be done) and check for GTK_RESPONSE_OK. gimp_ace.c: gimp_plugin_help_register has changed. I don't know what you want to do with the call (make a web-page for the project etc.), or what you should point to (e.g., on-disk HTML documentation). It is commented out for now and also marked with "TODO". (There is also another occurrence of "TODO", namely in glaceG.c, but I did not add that, so apart from this, grepping for "TODO" should lead directly to the relevant places.) I think you now have a pretty solid basis to work on (because the necessary infrastructure is there), but please feel free to e-mail me in case you need further assistance with enhancing the plug-in. Good luck. Markus. _______________________________________________ Gimp-developer mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.xcf.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer