Nico a écrit :
> Joao S. O. Bueno a écrit :
>> On Saturday 25 July 2009, Nico wrote:
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> Is it possible to send data (http and/or ftp) in a script-fu plugin ?
>>> Some examples ?
>>> Wich way ?
>>>
>>> Nico
>> The Scheme intrpreter used in script-fu it is there because an scheme 
>> interpreter is tiny enough to fit inside the source tree. (And for 
>> historical 
>> reasons as well, of course.) There are no libraries or moduyle to provide 
>> the 
>> tiny-fu scheme with much outside the GIMP API and some basic file I/O.
>> So, while with unixish systems it is possible to provide a pipe/socket setup 
>> to make tiny-fu scripts answer network requests, that is not the way to do 
>> it.
>>
>> For doing larger applications, you should use plug-ins in a language that 
>> can 
>> make full use of libraries and modules manintained outside of the GIMP 
>> project.  The oficial high level language supported for GIMP plug-ins is 
>> Python, and it is  easy to make data available via vairous network protocols 
>> using Python's standard libraries.
>>
>> There re also gimp bindings for perl (although I think this is currently 
>> unmaintained) and ruby should you prefer these languages. 
>>
> 
> Thanks for answer.
> 
> Is it a link to begin with python-fu ?

ok sorry : http://www.gimp.org/docs/python/pygimp.html

> 
> Nico
> 
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