So, I found this
and think I am going to get things working. It turns out that even though
the GIMP installer will let me intall Python as long as PyGTK is installed,
it also needs PyCairo and PyGObject to actually work. And the confirmation
that it is working is a Python-Fu menu item with an option to launch a
console under Filters.
On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 7:05 PM, Ryan Krauss <ryanli...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to get PyGimp installed and working on Windows XP. It seems
> like this should be easier than it used to be. A quick google lead to
> several long install procedures. I have been using PyGimp in Ubuntu and am
> quite happy with it, but I know need to use it in windows.
> My computer has Python 2.5 and PyGTK.
> I ran the installer I downloaded from here:
> with PyGTK installed, if gives me the option to install the Python
> extension (I did this).
> I don't get any error messages, but it doesn't seem like PyGIMP is really
> working. Unlike in Ubuntu, I don't have any Python menu items under
> Filters, I don't see any place to launch a Python console, and it doesn't
> recognize any of the scripts I have in $HOME\\.gimp-2.6\\plug-ins
> Are there other installation steps I am missing? How would I know if
> PyGIMP was really working under windows?
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