Re: [Gimp-developer] memory manage in python-fu

2007-03-14 Thread Sven Neumann
Hi, On Tue, 2007-03-13 at 22:18 -0600, D. Stimits wrote: There could be a mix of a gimp bug, and definitely some portion of my plug-in. Although I know for a fact that I had a memory leak that was my fault, the reaction to the leak was unexpected. The system in question has only a /boot

Re: [Gimp-developer] SoC project ideas

2007-03-14 Thread Alexandre Prokoudine
On 3/14/07, Aurimas Juška wrote: I think that's a very nice idea. In addition to this, a way of organizing resources (brushes, gradients, etc) in collections could be introduced. They could be stored in a single file, so that user could easily share, install or remove many resources in a

[Gimp-developer] how to call a plugin

2007-03-14 Thread Luis A. Florit
Pals, I am feeling so silly in trying to develop a plugin... I am stalling even at the most easy tasks. Now, I just want to blur my drawable from my plugin. I tried this: GimpParam *rreturn_vals; gint nnreturn_vals; rreturn_vals = gimp_run_procedure(plug_in_blur,

Re: [Gimp-developer] memory manage in python-fu

2007-03-14 Thread William Skaggs
[...] The thing I did not expect was that it had well over a gig of ram left unused, no swap used, 30 gig of unused drive, and it still thought the hard drive was full. [...] It might help if I explain a little more about how GIMP handles memory. GIMP does not rely on the operating system

Re: [Gimp-developer] memory manage in python-fu

2007-03-14 Thread Alexandre Prokoudine
On 3/14/07, William Skaggs wrote: What is happening to you is that the swap file is filling up, because data is accumulating there that ought to be cleared away. btw, is it possible to provide some feedback to users that available resources are getting pretty close to zero? Alexandre

Re: [Gimp-developer] how to call a plugin

2007-03-14 Thread Luis A. Florit
Hi Bill, Now, I just want to blur my drawable from my plugin. I tried this: GimpParam *rreturn_vals; gint nnreturn_vals; rreturn_vals = gimp_run_procedure(plug_in_blur, nnreturn_vals, GIMP_PDB_INT32, GIMP_RUN_NONINTERACTIVE,

Re: [Gimp-developer] memory manage in python-fu

2007-03-14 Thread Frédéric
On Wednesday 14 March 2007 17:01, William Skaggs wrote: It might help if I explain a little more about how GIMP handles memory.  GIMP does not rely on the operating system for swapping. When you start GIMP, it creates a file, of fixed size which you designate in the Preferences, to serve as a

[Gimp-developer] Tools

2007-03-14 Thread Federico Alcantara
Hi I am interested in knowning if Gimp is written in C/C++, and which tools are needed to compile, debug, and test it? Federico Alcantara Food fight? Enjoy some healthy debate in the Yahoo! Answers Food

Re: [Gimp-developer] Tools

2007-03-14 Thread William Skaggs
From: Federico Alcantara [EMAIL PROTECTED] I am interested in knowning if Gimp is written in C/C++, and which tools are needed to compile, debug, and test it? You can find a brief overview at http://wiki.gimp.org/gimp/SummerOfCode and a lot more detailed information at