On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 5:41 PM, paul taney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> > Thanks very much, Chris.
>> > I am using your file now and made a coupla repairs,
>> > But it still doesnt install. Now I may know why, as
>> > it straight up gives No module named gimpfu!
>> AFAIK, you can't run gimp-fu scripts outside of GIMP.
>> There is a
>> python-fu console (XTNS->Python-Fu->Console) that
>> will allow you to type/paste code in.
>> When it doesn't register, is there any console output
>> from GIMP?
> No, but if I try to import it in the console I get something revealing:
>>>> import python-fu-vanderwalt
> File "<input>", line 1
> import python-fu-vanderwalt
> SyntaxError: invalid syntax
> I would not be suprised if python objects to minus signs in module names,
> so I have fixed that in my push script:
> % cat push.sh
> cp python-fu-vanderwalt.py ~/.gimp-2.4/plug-ins/python_fu_vanderwalt.py
> chmod +x ~/.gimp-2.4/plug-ins/python_fu_vanderwalt.py
> cp python-fu-vanderwalt.py
> chmod +x ~/gimp/gimp-2.4.7/plug-ins/pygimp/plug-ins/python_fu_vanderwalt.py
> Still, it does not appear in the Xtns browser or <Image>/Filters/Render.
> Maybe it has to be Capitalized , as in the script...
> Nope. That"s not it; I just tested for that, but it is something
> REALLY STUPID. <it>Je garantir.</it>
I did not look at it very carefully, but there are still indentation
errors. I recommend opening it in Eric - it will literally show a
"bug" on the line(s) in question. You're also missing a comma on line
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