Actually, I mis-spoke.  It did not work.  convert complains:

convert: Missing an image file name [No such file or directory]

Using 'convert -rotate 90 14.jpeg'

and 14.jpeg is in the current directory.

Suggestions??


Carl-Johan Sveningsson wrote:
> 
> > I've followed the various links from gimp.org to the various script-fu
> > sites.  Many are non-existent or broken.  I'm trying to find out how I
> > can create a simple batch script.  All I need to do is rotate some
> > images 90 degrees.  But, it's about 150 images and for obvious reasons,
> > a non-interactive solution will same much time.
> >
> > Anyone have any pointers as to where I can at least find a listing of
> > the available commands for script-fu scripts?
> 
> Eh, how about using ImageMagick and do a simple:
> 
> for i in *.jpg
> do
> convert -rotate 90 "$i"
> done
> 
> And you should be done with it! :-)
> It's great, I simply love IM for scripting...
> No real reason that I can see to start up gimp for that...
> 
> /WoC
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