> On Tue, Jul 25, 2000 at 05:49:08PM +0900, Marc Durantez <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> >wrote: > > Before the inevitable "Hello world!", I would like to have something > > like gimp --console-messages -b "(gimp-quit 1)" work correctly that > > is, do nothing and exit. > > Works fine here, what version of gimp do you use? 1.0.x versions are known > to work.... not good. I am using [marc@tantale marc]$ gimp --version GIMP version 1.1.18 I got it with TurboLinux Workstation v6.0 japanese ed. Does the ?.1.?? mean a development version? By the way here are all the messages I have: [marc@tantale marc]$ gimp -n --verbose -b '(gimp-quit 1)' parsing "/home/marc/.gimp-1.1/gtkrc" parsing "/home/marc/.gimp-1.1/unitrc" parsing "/usr/share/gimp/gimprc" parsing "/home/marc/.gimp-1.1/gimprc" parsing "/home/marc/.gimp-1.1/parasiterc" parsing "/home/marc/.gimp-1.1/pluginrc" Starting extensions: extension_script_fu load module: "/usr/lib/gimp/1.1/modules/libcdisplay_gamma.so" load module: "/usr/lib/gimp/1.1/modules/libcolorsel_gtk.so" load module: "/usr/lib/gimp/1.1/modules/libcolorsel_triangle.so" load module: "/usr/lib/gimp/1.1/modules/libcolorsel_water.so" batch command: experienced an execution error. batch command: executed successfully. <Control-C to kill gimp> /usr/lib/gimp/1.1/plug-ins/script-fu: Interrupt caught /usr/bin/gimp terminated: sigint caught [marc@tantale marc]$ Marc

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