Thanks, I actually hadn't realized that the data wasn't sent to the plug-in. Is
there any way for a plug-in to use a function similar to
gimp_drawable_transform_matrix_default() with data the it has access to?
They say images are worth a thousand words... So what I'm basically trying to
do is turn this image:
into this one:
De : Sven Neumann [s...@gimp.org]
Date d'envoi : 8 janvier 2010 17:46
À : François Gingras
Cc : gimp-developer@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU
Objet : Re: [Gimp-developer] Drawable copying / manipulation in plugin
On Fri, 2010-01-08 at 16:37 -0500, François Gingras 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.
I don't quite understand what you are up to. All the data is kept in the
core if you use gimp_drawable_transform_matrix_default(). You just tell
the core to transform the drawable. No data is actually sent to the
I assume that the drawable your plug-in is working with, is actually a
layer. Then the easiest way to create a copy of the drawable is to
duplicate that layer.
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