On 11/25/2013 04:12 PM, Deedolith wrote:

I had gimp 2.6.x wich I removed from my computer to replace it with gimp 2.8.8.
But to had the unpleasent surprise to see that python-fu isn't working, the
python-fu menu isn't even greyed, it is just nowhere to be seen.

At first, I tough I made a mistake while installing, so I removed /
re-installed, making sure python support checkbox is on, without much success.
Did I do something wrong ?
Or gimp 2.6 had remaining files / registry keys interfering with gimp 2.8.8
install ?

NOTE: I'm running Windows Vista.
And my neighbourg (who never installed gimp before) had no problems with Windows

Thanks for your help.

 Normally 2.8 windows comes with Python. You should have:

1) a Python directory in your Gimp install tree: "C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\Python" with:

14/04/2013  13:12    <DIR>          .
14/04/2013  13:12    <DIR>          ..
14/04/2013  13:12    <DIR>          DLLs
31/10/2013  15:43    <DIR>          Lib
12/06/2011  13:09            26,624 python.exe
12/06/2011  13:09         2,206,720 python27.dll
12/06/2011  13:06            27,136 pythonw.exe

2) A file "C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\lib\gimp\2.0\interpreters\pygimp.interp" with contents:

python=C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\Python\pythonw.exe
/usr/bin/python=C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\Python\pythonw.exe
(of course, if your Gimp isn't installed at the same place, the pygimp.interp content could be a bit different.

3) a directory "C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\lib\gimp\2.0\python" with:

06/02/2013  21:43            26,396 gimpfu.py
31/10/2013  15:42            25,842 gimpfu.pyc
06/02/2013  21:43            26,777 gimpfu.pyo

Is there anything missing?

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