On 13/10/16 20:13, FierySwordswoman wrote:
You have to use register(), but you can have an empty parameter list.
Then your plugin is called directly without the Gimp-built dialog.
What, you mean with no "PF-XXX" parameters? Yeah, I got that much as I've made
scripts with both no UI and the built-in UI before. I'm rather certain it still
wants you to use their UI, though.
Something like this:
'Creates a new image','Creates a new image',
'Create new image',
This script will run without showing up a dialog, and will even run if
no images are open in Gimp.
Even if that's all it took, there's still the issue of gimp using a watered down
Python 2.7.5, which I'm not sure how to add normal modules to.
Pip could work...
I assume Kivy's
pretty much out of the question, but TkInter's normally built in to python,
except with gimp a number of base modules, including TkInter, aren't present
As Kevin says, PyGTK is a good option.
I already have python 3.4 and 2.7 installations on my pc, but it's unlikely they
can be made relevant here.
Don' t speak to fast, and check the
/lib/gimp/2.0/interpreters/pygimp.interp file in the Gimp install tree.
You can very likely switch to your own 2.7.x. Of course, you'll end up
writing scripts that only you can use :)
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