> David Tschumperle wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I would like to make a short announcement here.
> We have released a new plug-in for GIMP, named G'MIC
> which may be interesting
> for some users (at least, it is what we hope).
> Here is the URL : http://gmic.sourceforge.net/gimp.shtml
> This plug-in proposes a list of various effects that can be
> applied on
> images, including artistic filters, image denoising and
> enhancements, 3D
> rendering effects, and so on...
> The main property of this plug-in is that it contains an
> interpreter of image
> processing macros, and all the available filters are
> written in fact in a very
> short form (usually in three of four lines of code), using
> a simple
> macro-based language (the "G'MIC" language).
> Consequently, any user can add
> his own filter definitions in the plug-in (written in
> "G'MIC" in a simple text
> file). The plug-in is also capable of updating itself,
> without reinstallation
> needed (it just download a G'MIC updated macro file and
> put it in your home
> directory).
> So, this is a plug-in that is a little bit special since it
> is clearly
> intended to be open and extensible without having deep
> knowledges in C,
> script-fu or Python programming languages.
> Here is an example of how the current filters are defined,
> as a G'MIC macro
> file :
> http://gmic.sourceforge.net/.gmic4gimp_def
> Well, that's it. I hope this will interest you in some
> way.
> Regards,
> David.
> -- 
> David Tschumperle
> (http://www.greyc.ensicaen.fr/~dtschump/)

In order to use this on Gimp Windows do you put all of the included files in 
the plugin directory?

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