On Wed, Aug 30, 2000 at 05:16:48PM -0500, "Michael J. Hammel" 
> Is there a way to open an image in Gimp Perl and run filters on it without 
> opening a Canvas window?

Funny question ;) Yes - just don't create a view. In gimp, loading a file
or creating an image will not result in an image window.

> e script will run interactively, but process

I guess your problem is starting the script on the image when it isn't
visible. There are a lot of wazs to accomplish this, for example, yoz could
change the type of the script from <Image> to <Toolbox> and trhe script will
then show a image/drawable secltor. Just starting the script (via the
perl-server) from the commandline will result in the same behaviour.

You could also modify the script to load the image for you, of course.

Or did I misunderstand your question?

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