i'm writing a java application that automatizes some processes. One part of
the process is to start the gimp with a predefined script. The script loads an
image an applies some filter. For this purpose i use the commmand line

gimp2-6.exe -i -b "(script_name params)" -b "(gimp-quit 0)"

This works fine so far, but this opens a new windows-console. After the script
finished it states:

"batch command successfull - <Press any key to exit>"

Since this window doesn't close itself, i can't recognize in my java-app, that
the gimp-process has finished. 

Another issue concerns time measuring. I would like to measure the time gimp
takes for applying the different filters. Is it somehow possible save a
timestamp to a file with script-fu?

pakko (via www.gimpusers.com)
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