In a previous message written by Sven about preparing for GIMP 2.2, he wrote the following:
This issue needs to be discussed now that Sven is trying to get the plans for GIMP 2.2 nailed down.Script-Fu vs. Tiny-Fu
We should come to a conclusion whether and how Tiny-Fu can replace Script-Fu. I'd suggest we make separate packages gimp-script-fu and gimp-tiny-fu and remove Script-Fu from the gimp tree.
There are several issues here. Should Script-Fu be made a separate package outside of the main GIMP source tree? If not, is it time to replace Script-Fu with Tiny-Fu in the source tree? Should Tiny-Fu just be made a separate plug-in ready to be added to a GIMP install as/when scripting is needed?
In regards to Script-Fu vs. Tiny-Fu, I have had little feedback about the Tiny-Fu plug-in. I can think of one issue (getting a "No memory!" message when too many scripts are installed) that needs to be addressed for a GIMP 2.2 release. Other than this one point, I think Tiny-Fu is in a state where it could replace Script-Fu.
If it is felt Tiny-Fu isn't (or won't) be ready for 2.2 but would be soon after, the best approach may be to make Script-Fu a separate plug-in allowing Tiny-Fu to be dropped in later on (either as a separate plug-in or as part of the main GIMP package).
Replacing Script-Fu with Tiny-Fu could help push Tiny-Fu along a bit (ie. with translations) if it isn't fully ready yet by exposing it to more users but what is in the best interest of GIMP and its users?
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