> >Anyway, it seems nobody has the time and energy to really work on the >needed changes in script-fu to make it a viable programming environment. > > > More generally is it possible for script-fu scripts to introduce memory > > leaks even tough scheme in itself is a garbage collected language? > >In script-fu it shouldn't be possible to enerate memory leaks, but a >plug-in (like script-fu) can easily create memory lekas within the main >gimp application. This is not easy to solve, and the question is wether >it should be "solved" for all cases (I can think of a lot of cases where >holding images inside the gimp for cahcing reasions makes a lot of sense, >without them being actively referenced). I think it is reasonable that plugins/scripts can create resources that are outside the scope of the plugin/script itself. The developer just needs to be aware that's what is happening. Ok so now I'm aware of it. Cool. Its somewhat of an interesting issue. ========================================================== christopher baus Come down off the cross, waiting for snow we could use the wood. in Tahoe, NV -- Tom Waits.