Greetings, Markus (and everyone else).
At 07:47 PM 07/16/2004, you wrote:
[snip]this is a trivial plug-in that implements one single call:
I'm giving this another shot (after bug #145370, taking your feedback into account - TinyScheme currently lacks a similar feature), because it seems to me that batch-processing is the single most often asked issue on the comp.graphics.apps.gimp NG, and it would be great if we could just give people a script similar to the sample I'm attaching, tell them to copy it to ~/.gimpXY/scripts/ and let's rock, without the need to download and compile a separate plug-in.
Users of GIMP 2.0.x may find your scripts useful, Markus. It could also fill a gap in the current Script-Fu plug-in. The Tiny-Fu plug-in, while not making your work obsolete, will provide an alternative approach to batch processing.
The following code snippet (shown without the 'tiny-fu-register' block) demonstrates how a script written for Tiny-Fu would be able to handle batch-processing. When called up from the GIMP menus, you would get a dialog box where you could enter (or browse for) a directory. The script will then open up the directory and generate a list of all entries (including . and ..). With the use of the 're' extension, pattern matching could be applied to the file names and only the ones that match a supplied pattern could be listed. Once I add a 'file-type' routine to one of the extension packages, it will be possible to only list files of a given type.
(define (tiny-fu-listfiles dir) (let* ( (dir-stream (open-dir-stream dir)) (file) )
(if (not dir-stream) (gimp-message (string-append "Unable to open directory " dir)) ( (do ( (file (read-dir-entry dir-stream) (read-dir-entry dir-stream)) ) ( (eof-object? file) ) (display file) (newline) ) (close-dir-stream dir-stream) ) ) ) )
Also, the new file handling routines available allow for a file to be deleted (assuming you have the permissions necessary to do so).
When I mentioned on #gimp that a script should be written to demonstrate the new possibilities for scripts, schumaml suggested a contact sheet. Tiny-Fu makes such a script a very real possibility. I have already started to plan out how such a script should behave and the information a user would need to provide.
This is just a taste of the possibilities for scripting in GIMP using Scheme based scripts with Tiny-Fu. What would you like to do today? :-)
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