On 07/09/2010 20:55, Jerry Baker wrote:

PF_OPTION is what I had in mind, without finding it described. I googled 
it after you netioned itn and found a nice python-fu sample with all 
parameters types... I wish I had found it earlier...

Thanks for confirming my guess that multiple registration could work. It 
is therefore a serious option, especially since some variants require 
less parameters.

>   If your 'variants' are similar you could just use PF_OPTION and change
> your variables/options with an if/else...
>
> Or you can define different functions and register them separately in
> the same file. The 'palette-to-gradient.py' file in the source does
> this...
> http://git.gnome.org/browse/gimp/tree/plug-ins/pygimp/plug-ins/palette-to-gradient.py
>
> On 09/07/2010 10:53 AM, Ofnuts wrote:
>>    I'd like the user to select a "variant" of a plugin (among 3 to 5
>> ones). I would normally do so with a R/O drop-down box displaying the
>> names. Is there a way to do so using the right type of parameter type in
>> the registration (couldn't find it)?
>>
>> Otherwise what would be the recommended way to do it? Define separate
>> plugins for each variant?
>>
>> Btw, can I define several plugins (ie, register() calls) in one single
>> Python file? Or what is the best way (ie, easier to install for the
>> end-user) to share code between Python plugins?
>>
>> --
>> Ofnuts
>>
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