Michael Schumacher wrote:
You're right I maintained the original paths of the plug-in, which are
system dependant. I'll take it into account in the clean-up.
When trying this plug-in on Win32, I noticed some paths with / in them,
/usr/lib/something. This is platform dependant, there a functions in
glib to build paths using the system path separator.
Also, it would be nice if the default location for profiles would be
system independant, maybe in the users profile/home directory.
I was referring to gimp-print and to the libcdisplay_proof (for printer
and screen respectively)
In fact some part of this plugin are redundant as in the actual version
on Gimp There is a plugin that manages screen profiles and there are
people workin in aplying profiles to the printed output.
Which plug-ins are you referring to? If you're tlaking about gimp-print
for the printing part, please consider that this isn't available on
Win32 - so the color manager could be of some use there.
I agree, in fact I started with this because I was an user of the
plug-in in the older versions of GIMP and I couldn't wait for a newer
version of the plug-in because I had already a stock of slides that
needed to be scanned.
The idea is to remove all the redundant parts and leave only the
application of scanner ICC profiles to the image.
Maybe the initial versiopn should be identical to one available for
older versions of GIMP. You can always reove redundant things later.
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