Rob Antonishen a écrit :
> The underscore signifies text strings that can (do?) have
> internationilization/translation strings for other language support,
> but I have no idea how the language files are made or stored.
Where can I find this kind of information ? (second part : "how work the
> -Rob A>
> On 7/21/09, Nico <nicolas.poul...@ouvaton.org> wrote:
>> Kevin Cozens a écrit :
>>> On 07/21/2009 03:57 PM, Nico wrote:
>>>> I have got enough 2 problems :
>>>> - I can't run it on a directory that have a peripheric location on
>>>> Windows (DVD, usb-key...) - look at the SF-DIR return
>>> I can't comment much on this. The script should not care where the files
>>> are located.
>> I'm sorry but I don't understand what problem do you have ? (problem to
>> translate :( ) Do I understand the script doesn't work at all ?
>> I test it on different configuration (GIMP 2.4 Linux, 2.6 winXP), and
>> there is no problem with directory/files on harddrive.
>> In this script, the file path on windows c:\dir\test is changed to
>> /dir/test. If not, file-glob doesn't work with a win'path
>> Lines 74 to 86
>>>> - I can't run the script when no image is opened
>>> There is an error in the script-fu-register block. The image type is
>>> listed as "*" when it should be "".
>> Thanks, it works :)
>> I didn't find this information.
>>>> One question more : why some script's name are begun with _ ?
>>> I don't know of any scripts where the names start with _. The use of -
>>> vs. _ within a name depends on the conventions of the particular
>>> scripting language used.
>> You can see it by example :
>> (script-fu-register "script-fu-3d-outline-logo"
>> _"3D _Outline..."
>> _"Create a logo with outlined text and a drop shadow"
>> in /usr/share/gimp/2.0/scripts/3d-outline.scm
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