[Gimp-developer] Brush dynamic ideas.

2008-10-25 Thread Brian Allen Vanderburg II
I've recently compiled GIMP 2.6 on Linux (Debian 4). It took some work compiling some base libraries but overall was pretty simple. I may start looking though the code some to get acquainted with it mainly for writing custom plugins to do some things I want. Anyhow I though about some more

Re: [Gimp-developer] Brush dynamic ideas.

2008-10-25 Thread Martin Nordholts
Brian Allen Vanderburg II wrote: Anyhow I though about some more ideas for a brush dynamics system, these are just some ideas I doubt I could do much with them myself though but I may try to familiarize myself with the code anyhow. Hi and thanks for the suggestions! They are however not

Re: [Gimp-developer] Brush dynamic ideas.

2008-10-25 Thread Alexia Death
On Saturday 25 October 2008 11:02:57 Brian Allen Vanderburg II wrote: Anyhow I though about some more ideas for a brush dynamics system, these are just some ideas I doubt I could do much with them myself though but I may try to familiarize myself with the code anyhow. Most of what you have

[Gimp-developer] A new GIMP JPEG-2000 Plugin is now available ...

2008-10-25 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi guys, I checked out the existing GIMP JPEG-2000 plugin and found it to be unstable. It also built against a very old version of OpenJPEG. I have therefore made a new one that should be a little more useful. This new GIMP JPEG-2000 plugin is now available from :

Re: [Gimp-developer] A new GIMP JPEG-2000 Plugin is now available ...

2008-10-25 Thread Martin Nordholts
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi guys, This new GIMP JPEG-2000 plugin is now available from : http://advance-software.com/download/tools/gimp_j2k.zip Very interesting! In order to speed up the process of considering adding this to vanilla GIMP you should try this on Linux to make sure it

Re: [Gimp-developer] who's right ? (translation question)

2008-10-25 Thread Martin Nordholts
Cristian Secară wrote: Somewhere in po-libgimp there is this string: Gamma color display filter I want to translate it, but I am totally confused. In English this sounds to me like a language puzzle game. It is a filter to adjust the gamma, try it in View - Display Filters. The string

[Gimp-developer] A new GIMP JPEG-2000 Plugin is now available ...

2008-10-25 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi Martin, Agree this should be tested on Linux and other supported platforms. Also agree an output quality slider is also required, ideally with a real-time preview versus the original to enable optimal use. Can anyone point me at a link explaining how to switch the compiler/linker to msdev

Re: [Gimp-developer] A new GIMP JPEG-2000 Plugin is now available ...

2008-10-25 Thread Martin Nordholts
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can anyone point me at a link explaining how to switch the compiler/linker to msdev , so I can remove the cygwin dependency ? I could do this by taking apart the makefiles and figuring out the library dependencies, but a more straightforward solution should exist.

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2008-10-25 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Well I'm not sure it is valid to call it faulty since you've obviously managed to build something with it, but it doesn't sound as if you at all use the build system GIMP is meant to be build with, namely autotools (Automake, Autoconf etc). I did the following :- Windows XP development system,

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2008-10-25 Thread Martin Nordholts
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well I'm not sure it is valid to call it faulty since you've obviously It should not be particularly difficult to enhance your build system to build natively on Windows. I suggest looking at the Mozilla build system for an example of how to do this properly.

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2008-10-25 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi Sven, It would be a lot easier though if you just learned some of the basics about our build system. You would then realize that it also works nicely on Windows. You just need to know what you are doing. Feel free to ask. I looked on your website, ran a few searches and could not find an

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2008-10-25 Thread Sven Neumann
Hi, On Sat, 2008-10-25 at 07:41 -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It should not be particularly difficult to enhance your build system to build natively on Windows. If you think this would be easy, then feel free to do that. It would be a lot easier though if you just learned some of the

Re: [Gimp-developer] Brush dynamic ideas.

2008-10-25 Thread Brian Allen Vanderburg II
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Saturday 25 October 2008 11:02:57 Brian Allen Vanderburg II wrote: Anyhow I though about some more ideas for a brush dynamics system, these are just some ideas I doubt I could do much with them myself though but I may try to familiarize myself with the code

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2008-10-25 Thread Tor Lillqvist
Full cygwin development tree install. Please avoid Cygwin if you are building native Windows software. Cygwin is nice if you build Cygwin software, but presumably that is not what you are wanting to do, if you want to build plug-ins that work with the native Windows GIMP. (Yes, I do know that

Re: [Gimp-developer] (no subject)

2008-10-25 Thread jernej
On Saturday, October 25, 2008, 23:44:13, Tor Lillqvist wrote: IMHO pkg-config could well have been designed/defined to work this way on Unix, also, but I don't think it can be changed at this stage, in case there really are some packages out there where the location of the .pc file is not