> On 8/24/05, michael chang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> The only "portability" issue here is that you'd need to compile it
>> on all target OS's. No big deal -- that's how GIMP is made
>> anyways. Use MinGW for Windows, and Linux uses the GCC and related
>> tools. Easy enough.
> Which means I'd have to mess around with getting access to the right
> development environment every time I needed to make a change. (And I
> do anticipate needing to make changes.)
If you make sure that GCC can build it, use stuff that'savailable on any
platform (Hint: make heavy use of glib functions), make the plug-in
available at http://registry.gimp.org and announce new releases on the
gimp mailinglists, you won't have to worry about win32 binaries.
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