On Sun, Sep 10, 2000 at 02:56:07PM -0500, "Michael J. Hammel" 
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> plug-ins from another plug-in.  Since the plug-ins run as separate
> processes, the calling plug-in continues running after each call to another
> plug-in.

Not in the current architecture. The caller is blocked until the called
plug-in has finished.

However, are you sure that the layer you used to calldrop-shadow is still
valid after drop-shadow returns? If not, then this would explain why the
example above works (and this would be the right fix).

> I don't see how you can "fix" this problem with the Gimp and maintain the

Could it be that the whole problem was just your script re-uzsing a drawable
id that didn't exist after drop-shadow returns? i.e. does drop-shadow really
lave the layer alone or does it create a new one?

(Iny case, gimp shouldn't crash)

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