I am running openSUSE 11.4, GIMP 2.6.11 and bash 4.1.10
On my openSUSE 11.3 the following worked:
gimp -i -b --verbose '(batch-slide "file.jpg" "FileName" "23")' -b '(gimp-quit
Now I get the following error:
GIMP-Error: Opening '/home/houghi/tmp/gimp/test/(batch-slide "file.jpg"
"FileName" "23")' failed: No such file or directory
I have this also with other things, like `gimp -i -b --verbose \
"(batch_fuzzy_border \"$FILE\" '$COLOR 30 FALSE 4.5 TRUE 75 )" -b \
Clearly it sees the whole as a file, instead of precessing it. Adding
--batch-interpreter plug-in-script-fu-eval to it does not change anything.
All are standard things already included in GIMP, so no self made
script-fu things where I could have made a mistake.
My question is: what am I doing wrong?
This is written under the inluence of the following:
> Artist : Bruce Springsteen
> Song : Jungleland
> Album : Born to run
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