IMHO you do not need to cvs the gimp. Just get the latest release (1.1.19 or
1.1.20, I think) and do ./configure, make, make install.
In my 1.1.18, I have the x,y coordinates in the lower left corner of the window
containing my image.
Have fun, Oliver
Am Mon, 24 Apr 2000 schrieben Sie:
> I used cvs to checkout a copy of the developer version of gimp because I want to
> try some new features. No configure script was included. I installed
> autoconf and automake from gnu.org and tried a few things, but no luck.
> automake will complain about variables not defined and directories missing.
> What are the commands to compile it?
> I'd like to find a compilable version that has the new feature that shows the
> x,y coordinates.
> On Mon, 24 Apr 2000, Ben FrantzDale wrote:
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Robert B. Easter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Sent: Monday, April 24, 2000 12:02 AM
> > Subject: How to see the x,y coordinates instead of just the rulers?
> > > Other image manipulation programs I've used let you see the x,y
> > coordinates
> > > where the mouse is. When dragging to create a rectangle some will show
> > the
> > > x,y and the relative x,y of the start and the current mouse position in
> > the
> > > box being made. With gimp, I can only see the rulers which don't
> > > give me exact coordinates. Is there a way to add a status line to an
> > > editing window that will show the x,y coordinates?
> > The latest (unstable) versions have this feature.
> > > Robert B. Easter
> > > [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Is your name really Easter? (if so, do I wish you a happy birthday or what?)
> Robert B. Easter
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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