* El 04/06/07 a las 16:49, Joao S. O. Bueno Calligaris chamullaba:
> On Sunday 03 June 2007 22:47, Luis A. Florit wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Is there a way to read the output of a bash command inside
> > a script-fu? I want to make a script-fu that uses the ExifTool
> > program output.
> > Thanks!
> > Luis.
> two words:
> go python
> Seriously. Script-fu has the advantage that it can have a small
> itnerpreter which can therefore live inside GIMP's source tree. And
> that is it. Of course, it fits whoever likes solving puzzles on how
> to perform simple tasks such as parsing a string letter by letter, or
> getting the output of a file.
> Python is a full featured language, which greatest advantage is to
> allow one to concentrate on his problem instead of the language.
> Just check some of the python-fu examples that come with GIMP itself.
> Use the "os" module to be able to spawn sub-proccess and read the
> output, like in:]
> > > > import os
> > > > files = os.popen ("ls devel/gimp").readlines()
> > > > for file in files:
> ... print file.upper()
> (in time: the >>> and ... are prompts put ther by the interactive
> interpreter, not part of the language itself)
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