I have asked the exactly same question month ago and Martin was kindly
enough to provide some code base. Below is the archive link
Since the time frame for my project is pretty tight, so I just insert the
ugly g_fprintf code into the commands of interest and dump the command log
into some file for further analysis. If you just need some immediate result
for prototype, this might be a ugly but simple and fast way to do :D
On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 1:35 AM, Martin Nordholts <ense...@gmail.com> wrote:
> meetthegimp.org wrote:
> > I just had an interesting phone conversation with someone (sorry, I
> > can't be more specific) who needs to log all actions that have been used
> > to change an image. One should be able to reproduce all the steps that
> > have been done.
> > Is this possible to implement in GIMP?
> Hi Rolf
> This sounds like "macro recording". It is possible to do of course, but
> there is still a quite a lot of question marks on how to do it in the
> best way. Getting a prototype implementation up and running that then
> can be discussed would be a good step forward.
> / Martin
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