On Sunday 29 October 2006 14:18, Stephan Hegel wrote:
> Sven Neumann wrote:
> > Not if you use the wrapper script that is suggested by the release notes
> > and has already been mentioned here.
> Yes, I've posted a little wrapper by myself - you haven't read the whole
> thread carefully, have you ?
> Honestly: who is reading release notes ? This assumption is simply far from
> reality and real world does not work like this. Users/customers expect from
> release notes to get informed about changes, new features, etc. ... but not
> that they have to fiddle around with additional wrapper scripts to get the
> whole thing up and running. What they expect after installing is that the
> program is running out of the box. Right ?

I have to respectfully disagree here.
When something is being "released" and it's not even production, then yes, you 
should read them. In reading them, you would discover the wrapper script. I 
know because this is how I discovered it, and I am not a Gimp devel, just a 
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