> < snip >
>> I'd expect that the documentation for building ufraw tells you how to
>> install it as a gimp plug-in, too. Maybe something at configure time or
>> maybe a link you have to create?
> After considerable research I have come to the conclusion that what I am
> trying to do is not possible. I use Gimp 2.3.18 and it looks as though
> UFraw will not install as a plug-in with this version. There are no
> problems with Gimp 2.2.13, as far as I can tell. However, I like Gimp
> 2.3.18 so I will just have to use UFraw as a stand alone application.
> Can any one else throw any further light on the situation?
If you have two gimp installations, compiling ufraw will probably only
install the plugin to one of them. If one of them is in a non-standard
location it won't be detected. I have a symlink in the plugins directory
of my non-standard installation pointing to the plugins directory of the
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