Providing additional information on what you are trying to do would help.
If you are planning to perform stock pdb functions on drawables, you
may prefer to use script-fu or python, as it is simpler than the C
On 1/8/10, François Gingras <francois.gingra...@ulaval.ca> wrote:
> Sorry if this sounds very newbie-ish; I'm somehow new to GIMP plugin
> development. Is there any quick way to copy a drawable in memory, in order
> to manipulate it, and then manipulate the original again? Basically, what
> I'm trying to do is transforming an image in a few different ways (every
> time using the original image) using gimp_drawable_transform_matrix_default,
> keeping results in memory, and then putting all these results in one image,
> which would be sent back to the core.
> Also, I believe I misunderstand something about the behavior of
> gimp_drawable_transform_matrix_default : somehow I don't seem to be able to
> use it, and then immediately use it again on the result. Do I have to flush
> the drawable, or something among those lines?
> Thank you all!
> François Gingras
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