On Wed, Mar 15, 2006 at 01:43:12AM +0100, Kleistereimer wrote:
> how to use gimp_path_get_points from a python plugin?
> 
> 
> here some samplecode:
> 
> def somefunc(image):
> 
>     floatarray = []
>     for i in range(100):
>         floatarray.append(0.0)
> 
>     closed = 0
>     count  = 0
> 
>     gimp.pdb.gimp_path_get_points(image, "path1", 1, closed, count,
> floatarray)
> 
>     return floatarray
> 
> """
> floatarray should be modified by 'gimp_path_get_points' but it's not.
> how to get this values transfered to the python plugin?
> """

No, that's now how things work. This is how you do it:

def somefunc(image):
    path_type, path_closed, num_path_point_details, points_pairs = \
        pdb.gimp_path_get_points(image, "path1")
    return points_pairs

Return values are returned as return values, which is the python way to
do things. It's not like the C API.

If you browse the PDB within the python console, when you select a
procedure at hit "Apply", it will paste a sample of how to call it in to
the console entry box.

-Yosh
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