On Thursday 30 January 2003 01:25, Robin Roevens wrote:
> Hi all
> I want to create a script-fu for the generation of a navigation menu for
> photo-album VCD's.
> Now my problem is that I want to load all images in a certain directory,
> perform some actions on them and put them together into a new image which
> has to become the navigation menu.
> I tried opendir (as many did) but I (also) found out it isn't implemented
> in gimp-SIOD. So I searched a whole evening for a solution to know what
> files are in a specified directory, the only possible solution I found was
> a plug-in called "file-glob" which, according to Sven Neumann's reply on a
> message in the gimp-developer list at 24 Feb 2000, should be located in the
> plugin registry on the Gimp website. Sven mentioned this plugin again in
> another message in Dec 2001, and in both messages he is bringing up the
> question about adding the file-glob plugin into the distribution. I have
> Gimp 1.2.3 but I can't find the plugin to be included in my distribution. I
> even can't find the plugin in the plugin registry on the Gimp website.
> Can anyone help me out? I am looking for the file-glob plugin or another
> solution for getting to know what files are in a directory.
> Thanks in advance!
> Robin Roevens
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