I read this tutorial:



"Today, most GIMP scripts/helpers/extensions are written using Python instead of the outdated SCHEME (known as Script-Fu). This allows a lot of great possibilities, but at the moment the installation of GIMP-Python for Windows requires a few steps."


My first question is: Is it true, that Python scripts are the future, while Script-Fu is outdated?


And my second question: If this is really the case, will establishing Python support be simplified in future (by embedding native support for Python scripts)?

OpenOffice or the newest version of Blender already come with all necessary files to use Python scripts for example, without the need to install all that stuff.


Thanks for response!


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