On 06/27/13 02:42, Michael Schumacher wrote:
Von: "Joseph A. Nagy, Jr" <jnagyjr1...@gmail.com>

On 06/26/13 15:17, scl wrote:
Am 26.06.13 22:11, schrieb Jernej Simončič:

This appears to be a bug in 32-bit build - we're looking into

You're right. The 64 bit build doesn't have that delay on

Not true.

amd64 FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE-p4 here, just updated to GIMP 2.8.6 and
still have the delay over multiple sessions.

Then you may be seeing the same or a similar bug on your platform.
You didn't really specify how long that delay is, though.

Before (2.8.4) it was close to 15 seconds. I've not really counted though as I just go to another works-space and prepare something else or check FB or something.

I don't really see it as buggy.

It doesn't matter whether you see something as a bug for it to be

I know, just saying I didn't have a problem with it.

If there is something missing it will only be known by rescanning
the folders time-and-again.

If it is missing, then it will be added (remember my comment about
the caching based on the file modification time?). If a plug-in was
there previously and has been changed, its query() procedure will be
run again. See http://www.gimp.org/docs/plug-in/sect-essentials.html
for a more detailed description of a plug-in's key procedures.

So there's no need for GIMP to re-query plug-ins all the time. As I
wrote before, an GIMP launch with unchanged plug-ins should rush
through that stage.

-- HTH, Michael _______________________________________________

Well, it seems to be the case now with the latest update 2.8.6 (e.g. it rushes through that step where before it never did). Because I used to that delay when I launched it after upgrading to 2.8.6 (admittedly only two launches since the update, but uncountable ones before) I would just launch and go do something else for a few moments while GIMP organized. After my last post to the list I had need to launch it again (to export some tif to jpg for use on Facebook) and paid attention and it just flew through like normal.

Yours in Christ,

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