On Wed, Apr 06, 2011 at 06:15:52PM -0700, Patrick Horgan wrote:
>         The command and output is:
>         houghi@penne : gimp --verbose --batch-interpreter 
> plug-in-script-fu-eval -i -b "(script-fu-fuzzy-border \"file.jpg\" '(0 0 0) 
> 50 0 16 FALSE 1 FALSE)" -b '(gimp-quit 0)'
>     This command:
>     gimp -i -c -d -b '(batch_fuzzy_border "./alyssa01.jpg" "pink" 40 TRUE 10
>     TRUE 50) ' -b '(gimp-quit 0)'
>     just worked for me with the attached versions of batchfuzzy.scm and
>     fuzzyborder.scm using GNU Image Manipulation Program version 2.7.2.  I
>     made some changes here and there to fix errors in the scripts and to get
>     rid of calling deprecated methods.  This may make it not work on earlier
>     versions.  YMMV.  I'm sorry that no one bothered to look at the problem
>     and led you on wild goose chases.  This group is usually more helpful
>     than that.
> I should add that if it doesn't work on your version, you can ask and I'll get
> it working on whatever version you have.  You might have fun browsing the
> procedures yourself in the script-fu console.  If you need help figuring that
> out, let me know.  Where I put ./alyssa01.jpg you could also put "./*.jpg" if
> you would rather batch process a lot of files at once with the same arguments.

I have the fuzzyborder working, but unfortunatly only by copy and pasting.
I have looked at the code and have absolutely no idea on how to get it
working for slide.scm or drop-shadow.scm

I understand that I need to write some sort of batch or something else to
use them, but all I do is stare at a lot of code and have no idea on how
to commence, regardless of the many websites I read.
http://www.gimp.org/docs/scheme_plugin/ is just one of them.

Or do I understand wrongly and there is a (secret) way to directly adress
the scm files from the command line?

This is written under the inluence of the following:
>   Artist : Mercedes Sosa
>     Song : Doña Ubensa
>    Album : Como un pájaro libre
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