I now have this plugin working
I was stuffing up the command but now it woks very well
I perl installed the gimp data extras and gimp 1.2.?
thanks for the responces.
On Sunday 14 April 2002 15:34, you wrote:
> Jason Pearce writes:
> > I found this plugin on the web
> > tif2xcf
> > http://www.vierpi.de/panotools-gimp.html
> > and i am having trouble installing it i have had a go at the instructions
> > given on the website
> I tried downloading and installing it in my plugins directory
> (copied to ~/.gimp-1.2/plug-ins and chmod 755) -- it does get run
> on startup (gimp --verbose mentions it) but it doesn't register
> itself properly. It runs from the command line.
> But I'm not sure my other perl plugins are registering either -- I seem
> to have lots of perl files in /usr/local/lib/gimp but none of them
> actually show up in the menus where they try to register themselves),
> and gimp --verbose doesn't give me any hints about why this might be; it
> rewrites my .pluginrc and for most perl plugins I've checked, the slot
> where the menu location shows up just gets written as "" regardless of
> what the plugin wants. There's nothing in the perl error/warning log in
> <Toolbox>Xtns/Perl/Control Conter except "Fatal Message" (no further
> information). Gimp experts: what might I be missing here?
> Jason: It looks like tif2xcf assumes you've already run PTStitcher.
> Did you actually get it to run? I didn't have much luck with that either
> (looks like it'll take a lot of moving files around to get it to find
> all the files it needs, not to mention finding a jdk that it likes).
> The other package on that page you listed, panotools-gimp, did install
> for me and shows up in the gimp menus, but I haven't figured out the
> magic incantation to make it actually create a panorama; all I've
> managed to get it to do is apply lens distortion filters.
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