Re: (LONG) Problems with the GIMP (was: Re: [Gimp-developer]tentative GIMP 2.0 release plans)

2003-07-19 Thread Michael Schumacher
On 19 Jul 2003 at 22:13, David Neary wrote: [...] Those are the problems at the philosophical level. At the practical level, the problems are: 1) Not enough users use bugzilla to report bugs Bugzilla is powerful, but its power comes at the price of complexity... 2) Not enough developers

Re: (LONG) Problems with the GIMP (was: Re: [Gimp-developer]tentative GIMP 2.0 release plans)

2003-07-25 Thread Michael Schumacher
Michael Schumacher writes: According to Tor Lillqvist, there was something missing from Pango 1.2.3 and fixed shortly after the release. BTW, I now made new pre-built pango-1.2.3 Win32 packages on www.gimp.org/win32/downloads.html, with the missing exports added, so building GIMP 1.3.x

[Gimp-developer] Building on Win32 (was Re: (LONG) Problems with theGIMP)

2003-07-26 Thread Michael Schumacher
Alan Horkan wrote: On Sat, 26 Jul 2003, Michael Schumacher wrote: [...] Thanks. I've succeeded in building GIMP 1.3 on Win32 using these packages. Any chance of binaries for testing? No. There are still to much issues to even think of it - some of them may be caused by the fact that I'm

Re: [Gimp-developer] Third big serious meeting from GIMPcon

2003-08-14 Thread Michael Schumacher
On 9 Aug 2003 at 18:35, Leonard Rosenthol wrote: At 8:36 PM +0200 8/9/03, Dave Neary wrote: Another reason may be that it is difficult to build the development version because it depends on released versions of some libraries that are not included yet in the major GNU/Linux distributions

[Gimp-developer] Re: GIMP, Win32 MinGW

2003-08-14 Thread Michael Schumacher
On 11 Aug 2003 at 1:57, Tor Lillqvist wrote: Michael Schumacher writes: The result of make after creating the libintl.a libiconv.a files: Creating library file: .libs/libgimpui-1.3.dll.a .libs/gimpui.o(.text+0x159):gimpui.c: undefined reference to `gimp_min_colors' .libs/gimpui.o

[Gimp-developer] winsnap plugin build problems

2003-08-16 Thread Michael Schumacher
When compiling current cvs on win32, I get: ../../build/win32/compile-resource winsnap.rc winsnap-win32res.o /bin/sh: ../../build/win32/compile-resource: No such file or directory make[1]: *** [winsnap-win32res.o] Error 127 make[1]: Leaving directory `/c/usr/compile/gimp/plug-ins/winsnap' make:

Re: [Gimp-developer] bug week announcement

2003-08-30 Thread Michael Schumacher
On 28 Aug 2003 at 20:38, David Neary wrote: Hi all, I started writing an announcement for the bug week which is supposed to happen next week (it could happen the week after, though). Basically, I realised that I don't know what a bug week is supposed to be. So there are some

Re: [Gimp-developer] bug week announcement

2003-09-01 Thread Michael Schumacher
On 28 Aug 2003 at 20:38, David Neary wrote: Hi all, I started writing an announcement for the bug week which is supposed to happen next week (it could happen the week after, though). Basically, I realised that I don't know what a bug week is supposed to be. BTW, is bug week supposed to

Re: [Gimp-developer] Bug Week!

2003-09-07 Thread Michael Schumacher
On 4 Sep 2003 at 18:07, Henrik Brix Andersen wrote: See you at The GIMP Bug Week! If this announcement is supposed to attract users, it should be more specific about the skills that are required to participate in Bug Week. Questions like What version of GIMP will I have to test? and I can't

Re: [Gimp-developer] Bug Week!

2003-09-08 Thread Michael Schumacher
On 5 Sep 2003 at 23:23, Tor Lillqvist wrote: What do you think, should I perhaps build a fresh Win32 build of GIMP 1.3 for the bug week, Can't hurt to have this. and announce it on gimpwin-users? Or will we get overloaded by non-bugs like problems with installing GIMP 1.3 on Windows?

Re: [Gimp-developer] Bug Week!

2003-09-08 Thread Michael Schumacher
On 8 Sep 2003 at 12:21, Branko Collin wrote: On 8 Sep 2003, at 9:43, Sven Neumann wrote: Branko Collin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Any chance, BTW, of fixing that weird floating point GTK bug anytime soon? (http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=115293) It's a real stopper for me.

Re: [Gimp-developer] Screenshot plug-in status

2003-09-10 Thread Michael Schumacher
On 10 Sep 2003 at 20:18, Alan Horkan wrote: While a Screenshot plugin can be useful (easy enough to discover) it was never what I really what I wanted as a windows user. Rather I would have much preffered to be able to simply use the built in Print Scrn (or Alt+Print Scrn to grab just the

Re: [Gimp-developer] Gimp interface streamlining

2003-09-12 Thread Michael Schumacher
While talking about UI ideas, how about keyboard-mouse chording? Wild idea: Banging on the spacebar with varying frequencey while moving a drawing tool with the mouse would be similar to varying the pressure if you had a pressure-sensitive pen. Each press on the spacebar would temporarily

Re: [Gimp-developer] Displaying image using GTK

2003-12-12 Thread Michael Schumacher
Hi, Adam D. Moss [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Out of interest, what's wrong with mingw's toolchain? I never have tried (and never will!) to build GIMP with it, but it generally copes adequately with the mildly-unix-centric codebases I throw at it. I might be wrong since I don't

Re: [Gimp-developer] Displaying image using GTK

2003-12-13 Thread Michael Schumacher
Hans Breuer wrote: At 15:32 12.12.03 +0100, Michael Schumacher wrote: Hi, Adam D. Moss [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Out of interest, what's wrong with mingw's toolchain? I never have tried (and never will!) to build GIMP with it, but it generally copes adequately with the mildly

Re: [Gimp-developer] Re: Gimp.app application bundle

2004-03-18 Thread Michael Schumacher
Aaron Voisine wrote: It's been uploaded to ftp.gimp.org/incoming. I'm not familiar with wiki. Did you mean for me to upload the application bundle to the wiki? I thought wiki's were just for blogging and hypertext. Wikis can be used for (almost) anything. There is no big difference between

Re: [Gimp-developer] Re: Gimp.app application bundle

2004-03-19 Thread Michael Schumacher
Aaron Voisine wrote: Okay... I made a tweak to the 2.0pre3 bundle so it no longer assumes the /etc/fonts directory exits. If anyone has any suggestions for the website or the application bundles, let me know. Why not pre4? Michael ___ Gimp-developer

Re: [Gimp-developer] Gimp usability tests

2004-04-09 Thread Michael Schumacher
Carol Spears wrote: On Fri, Apr 09, 2004 at 01:15:41PM +0200, Roman Joost wrote: On Thu, Apr 08, 2004 at 08:03:57AM -0700, Carol Spears wrote: On Thu, Apr 08, 2004 at 04:19:33PM +0200, Ellen Reitmayr wrote: can someone please make a fair test, just once? What will be a fair test in your mind?

Re: [Gimp-developer] software patent protest?

2004-04-19 Thread Michael Schumacher
Branko Collin wrote: I noticed that http://www.gimp.org has gone 'black', in order to protest European software patents. A noble cause, for sure, but should this not have been announced at least, perhaps even debated? Or did my trigger-happy, spam-seeking delete-finger erase that message

Re: [Gimp-developer] Re: Gimp 2.0

2004-04-21 Thread Michael Schumacher
Dave Neary wrote: I took the screenshot down, and perhaps I should explain why in light of Simon and Sven's comments... when I read this mail, I got defensive a bit - the thought that someone thought the photo could be viewed sexually kind of turned my stomach. So I took it down. Things like

Re: [Gimp-developer] Re: Gimp 2.0

2004-04-21 Thread Michael Schumacher
Markus Triska wrote: Anyway - people kind of missed the whole point of me sending that to the list... this person mailed me off-list because he saw me as someone safe to talk to. That's not a nice way to have things on our mailing list. What can we do to change that? As a first step, you could

Re: [Gimp-developer] Re: Gimp 2.0

2004-04-22 Thread Michael Schumacher
Markus Triska wrote: Dear Carol! this is the part where you get embarrassed about the weird forwarding and spamming. I am sorry for the inconvenience that I am causing you all as a new user of the mailing list (and, indeed, ANY mailing list). When I answered your mail, I did not know that

Re: [Gimp-developer] Image Parasite Browser plug-in

2004-04-28 Thread Michael Schumacher
William Skaggs wrote: Hi, This is an announcement that I've placed in the Gimp PlugIn Registry a plug-in for viewing and interacting with image parasites. It can be found in the 2.0 category, under the name meta-data. I have only tested it in Linux. There is no obvious reason why it should

Re: [Gegl-developer] Re: [Gimp-developer] more GIMP foundation stuff

2004-04-29 Thread Michael Schumacher
Daniel Rogers wrote: Daniel Rogers wrote: So, I noticed the resounding silence surrounding this thread. Is anyone still interested in a foundation? I went into this foundation thing thinking I had support from the community. I cannot do this all by myself. The Foundation is about getting

Re: [Gimp-developer] more GIMP foundation stuff

2004-04-30 Thread Michael Schumacher
Carol Spears wrote: On Sat, Apr 24, 2004 at 09:44:49AM +0200, Marc A. Lehmann wrote: On Fri, Apr 23, 2004 at 08:00:17PM -0700, Daniel Rogers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've put it here: http://www.phasevelocity.org/bylaws.doc These bylaws Woaw, the bylaws for a free software organisation,

Re: [Gimp-developer] Donation for GIMP features

2004-05-01 Thread Michael Schumacher
J. Grant wrote: Hi Branko, Thanks for your reply. While I love the flexibility the separate windows of the GIMP software provide. A friend and I think it would be very useful to have a single window styled layout (as well as the present flexible window position interface), where all GIMP child

Re: [Gimp-developer] Joining the GNOME Foundation

2004-05-03 Thread Michael Schumacher
Daniel Rogers wrote: David Neary wrote: Are there any people opposed to closer ties with the GNOME Foundation? Well, GIMP is not part of GNOME, and this assertion was made repeatedly over the years. Apart from labeling GIMP more of a GNOME program, I wouldn't oppose (but I don't count much anyway

Re: [Gimp-developer] reporting bugs on builds

2004-05-07 Thread Michael Schumacher
Dave Neary wrote: Sven Neumann wrote: Branko Collin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Of course, this would put the burden of triage on the GIMP developers who are currently doing that, but it might avoid reporters being scared away by curt WONTFIX replies. The reply is NOTGNOME and we

[Gimp-developer] Cleaning up the wiki

2004-05-07 Thread Michael Schumacher
Hi, as you might (or might not) have noticed, the wiki at http://wiki.gimp.org is becoming a really useful resource for The GIMP. There are, however, a few problems that should be looked at. In short words, these are look, content and configuration. Look The wiki just doesn't look like a

Re: [Gimp-developer] reporting bugs on builds

2004-05-08 Thread Michael Schumacher
Henrik Brix Andersen wrote: Hi, On Fri, 2004-05-07 at 17:50, Sven Neumann wrote: Because we can't do anything about the bugs. Nobody but the packager can. The situation would be different if the tools used to build the binary packages would be in GNOME CVS. That would certainly qualify the

Re: [Gimp-developer] --enable-gimp-console... are you nuts?

2004-05-19 Thread Michael Schumacher
Carol Spears wrote: hi, On Tue, May 18, 2004 at 10:02:53AM -0700, Carol Spears wrote: configure: WARNING: --enable-gimp-console... are you nuts? *** *** --enable-gimp-console is for crazy hackers only! *** The build will fail badly in the app/ directory. *** You have been warned ;) *** maybe we

Re: [Gimp-developer] Usability test - Results available

2004-06-07 Thread Michael Schumacher
Carol Spears wrote: in the united states, there exists a condition where people are being educated for a test. teachers that do not teach the content for the test are removed. For usability tests? I doubt that this is the case, though it might explain the usability of the software produced by a

[Gimp-developer] Python scripts on Win32 - working now!

2004-06-11 Thread Michael Schumacher
Hi, just wanted to let you know that I have a working pygimp on my win32 system. To get there, I used: ActivePython 2.3 from http://www.activestate.net/Products/ActivePython/ PyGTK 2.2.0 from http://www.mapr.ucl.ac.be/~gustin/win32_ports/pygtk.html In order to get the gimp python module working

Re: [Gimp-developer] Improving the mouse wheel zoom

2004-07-06 Thread Michael Schumacher
Joao S. O. Bueno wrote: I like this idea. Stan, would you mind filling this as a request feature at GIMP bugzilla? It helps developers keep track of the features wanted, and you will have some feedback on it each time it is considered, or implemented, by the developers. http://bugs.gimp.org

Re: [Gimp-developer] Win32 compile troubles

2004-07-26 Thread Michael Schumacher
/tmp/am4t7.308/traces.m4:1397: /bin/m4: Error matching regular expression ^ *\(.*\) *$ Use of uninitialized value in split at /bin/automake-1.7 line 5077, GEN0 line 397. automake-1.7: no `Makefile.am' found or specified Googling the m4 error message turns up some chatter from circa

Re: [Gimp-developer] Extrude-filter and lots of triangles

2004-08-03 Thread Michael Schumacher
Markus Triska wrote: On Tuesday 03 August 2004 06:35 pm, Markus Triska wrote: This is exactly what I want. For this I #include libgimp/gimpselection_pdb.h and #include libgimp/gimpedit_pdb.h Can anybody beat this amount of stupidity? I just found out that these files are included via

Re: [Gimp-developer] Re: Article on GIMP in upcoming O'Reilly Windows Digital

2004-08-14 Thread Michael Schumacher
David Neary wrote: Media Hacks book Reply-To: In-Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi Joli, Joli Ballew wrote: I am Joli Ballew, coauthor of the upcoming O'Reilly book Windows Digital Media Hacks. I wrote a hack on GIMP, but my editor would like it to be beefed up a bit. It needs a hack angle,

Re: [Gimp-developer] on splitting things off

2004-09-09 Thread Michael Schumacher
David Neary schrieb: I'm not opposed to having stuff split off, but I am worried about the stuff getting a bit lost. Most gimp 2.0 installs (the vast majority, I would say) don't have GAP or the perl bindings installed. That's not a trend we should be encouraging, IMHO. In fact, I think we need

Re: [Gimp-developer] fonts

2004-09-11 Thread Michael Schumacher
Nathan Summers schrieb: On Fri, 10 Sep 2004 10:47:52 -0700, William Skaggs [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 3) How do you add fonts in Windows, and what types of fonts can GIMP use there? The easiest way is to drag the file onto the Fonts directory and let the shell do its magic. Unless you've done

Re: [Gimp-developer] Console window on Win32

2004-09-19 Thread Michael Schumacher
Tor Lillqvist wrote: I wrote: Except that on Windows it's not or, but and. Just starting a GUI application from a command shell in a console window doesn't make its stderr and stdout connected. Iago Rubio writes: True, but I think my point of view is still valid. No Windoze app opens

Re: OT Re: [Gimp-developer] my comments and sudden disappearance

2004-10-26 Thread Michael Schumacher
miriam clinton (iriXx) wrote: This is completely ridiculous, especially random threats of lawsuits for typos. Both of you, continue this discussion off-list, please! And please note that participants of a mailing lists and the mailing list itself are different things. Thanks. Michael -- The

Re: [Gimp-developer] comparing gimp speed

2004-11-16 Thread Michael Schumacher
David Neary wrote: Hi Sven Sven Neumann wrote: while we are discussing this. Would anyone object if we changed the default tile cache size from 64MB to 128MB? Memory is becoming cheap these days and IMO it is reasonable to adapt the default value from time to time. I think that's reasonable. More

Re: [Gimp-developer] comparing gimp speed

2004-11-16 Thread Michael Schumacher
Carol Spears wrote: On Tue, Nov 16, 2004 at 02:27:17PM +0100, Michael Schumacher wrote: More important than a specific default value is IMO that the docs describe exactly what this setting is for and provide some reasonable examples for different setups. Currently, a user can't really figure

Re: [Gimp-developer] comparing gimp speed

2004-11-16 Thread Michael Schumacher
Sven Neumann wrote: Hi, Michael Schumacher [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: At least it could become part of the gimp docs and be translated - just like the man pages. The man pages are translated? Since when? No, they should be - and it would be good to have them in the docs, as almost no one seems

Re: [Gimp-developer] autogen.sh on msys

2004-11-22 Thread Michael Schumacher
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Something seems wrong with autogen.sh for gimp It doesn't seem to recognize automake 1.8.3 from mingw.org is newer than 1.6 I think that either the HACKING file should be updated to say what works or at least to say that it doesn't work if the problem isn't fixed. It

Re: [Gimp-developer] autogen.sh on msys

2004-11-24 Thread Michael Schumacher
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: $ automake --version Can't locate Automake/Struct.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/share/automake-1.8 /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.1/msys /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.1 Stuck for the moment. Any ideas? Maybe I don't need this version of automake to build GIMP on mingw? You should build

Re: [Gimp-developer] autogen.sh on msys

2004-11-24 Thread Michael Schumacher
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ] $ automake --version ] Can't locate Automake/Struct.pm in @INC (@INC contains: ]/usr/share/automake-1.8 /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.1/msys /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.1 ] Stuck for the moment. Any ideas? ] Maybe I don't need this version of automake to build GIMP on mingw? ]You

Re: [Gimp-developer] Judging panel for splashes

2004-12-06 Thread Michael Schumacher
William Skaggs wrote: Since painting a solid or nearly solid rectangle on the bottom is quite an easy operation, a splash candidate would not necessarily need to be rejected on this basis. I feel that this is worth mentioning because several of the most popular candidates have this problem. If

Re: [Gimp-developer] Dither patch...

2004-12-12 Thread Michael Schumacher
Adam D. Moss wrote: Ah, it's worse than I remembered, since the patch is actually against GIMP 1.2! But I'm compiling up GIMP 2.0.x now and so hope to have time to port this to 2.0 today, and from there hopefully it's only a short hop to 2.1.x (but I can't test that). Why can't you test 2.1 (or

Re: [Gimp-developer] Why not allow the name to be configurable?

2004-12-13 Thread Michael Schumacher
Would it be too much of a compromise to just drop the P at the end? IMO it is too much of a compromise to even consider a name change. Discussions like these server only one purpose - artificial creation of a previously non-existant problem to support the position of the one who started the

Re: [Gimp-developer] A way to do 16 bits?

2004-12-15 Thread Michael Schumacher
William Skaggs wrote: Sven wrote: Let's see. We have GIMP 2.2 done and are preparing to switch to GEGL. At this point you are trying to propose a kludge? Sorry, but I am not going to read any further... Well, the most recent ChangeLog entry for gegl is dated 3-25-04, and if it is nearly ready to

Re: [Gimp-developer] cvs gimp depends on jade?

2004-12-21 Thread Michael Schumacher
Hi, Carol Spears [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: does it make sense that gimp, which is free and open depend on a rather large piece of software that is only open and not free? The real point here is that, afaik, gtkdoc doesn't actually depend on Jade any longer. For quite a while the docs

Re: [Gimp-developer] cvs gimp depends on jade?

2004-12-21 Thread Michael Schumacher
Sven Neumann wrote: Hi, Michael Schumacher [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: It is possible - I built gtkdoc on Win32 without having Jade installed. How did you trick the configure script into believing that jade was available? I had a quick look and it seems to check for openjade or jade and bails out

Re: [Gimp-developer] jpeg-exif development summary

2005-01-06 Thread Michael Schumacher
William Skaggs wrote: Sven wrote: But isn't it accessible from http://wilber.gimp.org/~raphael/metadata/ ? No, that doesn't exist any more. And I don't think it ever had the source code anyway -- but I may be wrong about that. There seems to be at least a bit of source code:

Re: [Gimp-developer] assertion `main_loops != NULL' failed problem

2005-01-10 Thread Michael Schumacher
Jordi Cantn wrote: In fact this is only the very first step. My roadmap is more or less the following - Do some cleanup to the code When trying this plug-in on Win32, I noticed some paths with / in them, /usr/lib/something. This is platform dependant, there a functions in glib to build paths

Re: [Gimp-developer] jpeg-exif development summary

2005-01-25 Thread Michael Schumacher
David Neary wrote: You need libexif installed before exif data will be saved. Perhaps this dependency will go away with Bill's new stuff, but I think he uses it too. Reimplementing libexif in gimp wouldn't be too wise, would it? Michael -- The GIMP http://www.gimp.org | IRC:

Re: [Gimp-developer] CVS HEAD dependency on glib-2.6 / gtk+-2.6

2005-02-06 Thread Michael Schumacher
Nathan Summers wrote: For a long time the policy was that we used the most recent devel branch release. When did that change? CVS HEAD is a little too fast-moving, but I don't have a problem with using the latest devel version, and I don't remember anyone else having a problem with it, either.

Re: [Gimp-developer] List archives...

2005-02-07 Thread Michael Schumacher
Where are the current list archives? http://www.gimp.org/mail_lists.html HTH, Michael -- Lassen Sie Ihren Gedanken freien Lauf... z.B. per FreeSMS GMX bietet bis zu 100 FreeSMS/Monat: http://www.gmx.net/de/go/mail ___ Gimp-developer mailing list

Re: [Gimp-developer] Gimp swap file increase

2005-04-19 Thread Michael Schumacher
Andrei Simion wrote: At gimp.org they don't have downloads for 2.2. If you say it works, this is good. But why they don't say the same on the web site. If you're looking for binaries, Fedora Core 3 is listed, which would be a Red Hat. You can build from source on any Linux distro though.

Re: [Gimp-developer] Gimp swap file increase

2005-04-20 Thread Michael Schumacher
Andrei Simion wrote: I haven't downloaded anything from gimp.org so I didn't know the binaries come from other entities. I haven't intended to be disrespectful; if so, please accept my apologies. IMO you should at least have read it carefully... Some things don't fit here - on the one hand

Re: [Gimp-developer] School Research Project

2005-04-30 Thread Michael Schumacher
Ansel Witthaus wrote: Hello, I need to obtain approval from you and the people I interview within the project before I can continue. Thanks for asking. There is no one in a position to explicitely give or deny you the permission to write a paper about The GIMP, though, so if the policy of

Re: [Gimp-developer] help required

2005-05-02 Thread Michael Schumacher
Rajesh T.S wrote: Hi all, I am very newly introduced to GIMP. now i need to do 2D image rotation and needs to read pixel values at some specified coordinates. can anyone guide me in this aspect by pointing to me any simple example codes written using GIMP libraries ... First advice:

Re: [Gimp-developer] High Pass Filter-

2005-05-02 Thread Michael Schumacher
Campbell Barton wrote: Hi, Is there a forum where ppl post scripts? - Just wondering if this is the appropriate spot. http://registry.gimp.org is the right place for this. HTH, Michael -- The GIMP http://www.gimp.org | IRC: irc://irc.gimp.org/gimp Wiki http://wiki.gimp.org |

Re: [Gimp-developer] Gimp cant open jpgs file on windowsXP

2005-05-10 Thread Michael Schumacher
Laszlo wrote: Hi! I have on windows XP, gimp 2.2.6. If I try to open a .jpg file, the jpeg.exe has errors and crash. (ofcours I have a bugreport window, if I want to send a report from this problem to microsoft) Did you use the current installers from http://gimp-win.sf.net? HTH; Michael

Re: [Gimp-developer] Multiple gtk installer for windows XP

2005-05-12 Thread Michael Schumacher
I dont know where should I ask for this problem. (so sorry, if I ask at the wrong place) The problem is, that for windows there is several GTK installer packages At the Gimp for windows site: http://gimp-win.sourceforge.net/stable.html At Tor Lillqvist site:

Re: [Gimp-developer] Re: Gimp cant open jpgs file on windowsXP

2005-05-12 Thread Michael Schumacher
2005-05-09, h keltezéssel 21:58-kor GSR - FR ezt írta: Sounds like http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=300186 I have readed trough the bugreport. And sorry for asking it, that is already fixed and the solution is in the bugzilla. The solution is also in the new installer for GIMP

Re: [Gimp-developer] Re: Gimp server startup

2005-05-31 Thread Michael Schumacher
Andrei Simion wrote: Sorry about that. There is an explanation for this. This mailing list is set up that when someone sends an email on it, it has the to header field to the original sender and a cc to the list. Replying to this message would send one email to the email address in the to

Re: Reply to Considered Harmful [Re: [Gimp-developer] Gimp server startup [OT]]

2005-06-01 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: Alan Horkan [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Tue, 31 May 2005 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tuesday, May 31, 2005, 17:24:01, Michael Schumacher wrote: This is intentional - google for reply to considered harmful. This might have been of concern years ago, before people were used to mailing

Re: [Gimp-developer] Failed to compile the CVS (ChangeLog 1.11096)

2005-06-04 Thread Michael Schumacher
Jean-Luc Coulon (f5ibh) wrote: dialog.c: Dans la fonction « request_url »: dialog.c:869: error: `O_BINARY' undeclared (first use in this function) Update your tree again. This is something that's now inside an #ifdef G_OS_WIN32 - I was surprised that this constant isn't available on platforms

Re: [Gimp-developer] forwarded message from c't computer magazine

2005-06-14 Thread Michael Schumacher
Simon Budig wrote: Tor Lillqvist ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Content-Description: message body text Here we go once again... I've filled out the form and clarified that they have to adhere to the GPL. I've also made myself the contact person so that you hopefully won't get bothered

Re: [Gimp-developer] FAQ (-: sooner or later :-) KDEification of GIMP

2005-06-17 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: Leon Brooks [EMAIL PROTECTED] This may seem like an oxymoron, given GIMP's heavy defacto relationship with GNOME-flavoured GTK, but is there any GIMP equivalent to OpenOffice's KDE integration (http://kde.openoffice.org/)? If KDE/Qt and GNOME/GTK+ both adhere to the freedesktop.org

Re: [gwidion@mpc.com.br: Re: [Gimp-developer] FAQ

2005-06-18 Thread Michael Schumacher
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Saturday, June 18, 2005, 15:23:02, Sven Neumann wrote: The file dialog is getting better and better with each release. It's usability will remain severely limited until you need to press Ctrl+L to actually be able to type-in a relative path (or any path on

GTK+ File Chooser on MS windows (was: Re: [Gimp-developer] FAQ)

2005-06-20 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Monday, June 20, 2005, 0:40:37, Sven Neumann wrote: Perhaps you should stop looking at the dialog and just blindly enter paths. It works surprisingly well. Not on Windows, and you still have to confirm your selection twice. Maybe we can at least turn a part

Re: [Gimp-developer] Peace!

2005-06-21 Thread Michael Schumacher
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ( Marc) (A.) (Lehmann ) wrote: If you mean that I didn't make a separate Perl subhierarchy like script-fu does (or did), then yes, this I did because I believed that a user must not be forced to learn the difference between a C/Script-Fu/python/perl/whatever plug-in. It

Re: [Gimp-developer] FAQ (-: sooner or later :-) KDEification of GIMP

2005-06-23 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: Bill Kendrick [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Don't try to access my A: drive every time a dialog appears. If I really cared about the A: drive (I don't), I'll probably click on the icon for it! I heard others complain here that the file dialogs take FOREVER, since they try to hit

Re: [Gimp-developer] pygimp on windows?

2005-06-23 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: lode leroy [EMAIL PROTECTED] I'm trying to get pygimp to work on gimp-2.3.1 for windows/autotools. For some reason, the pygimp plugin seems not to be initialized. That's the same problem I have... Could someone sketch the mechanism by which pygimp is supposed to be loaded? It is a

Re: [Gimp-developer] pygimp on windows?

2005-06-23 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: lode leroy [EMAIL PROTECTED] I meant the following: Gimp must somehow load the module pygimp, which loads libpython, which loads the python scripts. pygimp is a python module. GIMP exectues the python plug-ins, which are run by python (remember the .interp file?). You can even check

Re: [Gimp-developer] pygimp on windows? (Duh!)

2005-06-23 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: Leon Brooks [EMAIL PROTECTED] Guessing here - not being an MS-Windows user - that there is another EnVar called something like LIBPATH or DLLPATH (or perhaps something Python-specific) which you need to add the gimp module's path to. Python-specific - you drop a .pth file into

Re: [Gimp-developer] About Preferences enrtry in the Edit menu

2005-06-23 Thread Michael Schumacher
Joao S. O. Bueno Calligaris wrote: It just feels great. I t always took me sometime when pointing someone to Preferences to go to Toolbox-FIles-Preferences and not Image-File... Well, unfortunately this seems to lead back to the Why the heck do I have to open an image to access $feature?

Re: [Gimp-developer] About Preferences enrtry in the Edit menu

2005-06-24 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: Joao S. O. Bueno Calligaris [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thursday 23 June 2005 17:22, Michael Schumacher wrote: Well, unfortunately this seems to lead back to the Why the heck do I have to open an image to access $feature? times... and I thought these were finally gone. Why so

Re: [Gimp-developer] gtk file choser widget

2005-06-24 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: Sven Neumann [EMAIL PROTECTED] Leon Brooks [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [ ] Default to last-used instead of source directory Does it really make sense to make this a preference option? Wouldn't it be better to add a UI that deals explicitely with processing batches of images?

Re: [Gimp-developer] pygimp on windows? success!

2005-06-24 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: lode leroy [EMAIL PROTECTED] Aha! So I edited the Makefile, to add the missing path. and now alt least I have a dll, although its called 'gimpmodule.dll'... suppose I can just rename that to gimp.dll... Didn't get a pth file from autotools... So what am I supposed to do now? Write

Re: [Gimp-developer] Layer locking proposal

2005-06-26 Thread Michael Schumacher
Simon Budig wrote: Also we should consider making the layers not selectable in the layers dialog if they are locked. This removes a source of confusion (why doesn't this work) and gives immediate additional feedback about the locking. I was about to suggest this myself, but then dismissed

Re: [Gimp-developer] pygimp on windows? success!

2005-06-26 Thread Michael Schumacher
lode leroy wrote: Ah, now it starts up, and the Python-fu is there... yippee! It should do so now out of the box, at least in current CVS... maybe except for the interp file, but we should be able to fix this today. And now lets hope some autotools-wizard can deduce from this mail what needs

Re: [Gimp-developer] pygimp on windows? success!

2005-06-26 Thread Michael Schumacher
Joao S. O. Bueno Calligaris wrote: On Sunday 26 June 2005 11:19, Michael Schumacher wrote: If you want to continue to work on scripting, and get even more scripting languages to GIMP on the windows plattform, there is gimp-perl, some java classes, a ruby binding and iirc even something for Tcl

Re: [Gimp-developer] Layer locking proposal

2005-06-27 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: [EMAIL PROTECTED] The text looks like it's the same size as the rest of the text, so I don't think it's necessary to increase it any more (I always found GTK+'s default text size a bit too big, at least on Windows). gtk-wimp (or is it called ms-theme-engine now?) should take care of

Re: [Gimp-developer] gimp-cvs on msys/mingw

2005-06-28 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: lode leroy [EMAIL PROTECTED] some hints and remarks for building gimp-2.3.1+ from cvs ftruncate is not present in my version of mingw, so I changed it to make it compile. Maybe this should be autodetected by configure as HAVE_WIN32_FTRUNCATE or maybe glib should provide

Re: [Gimp-developer] is it possible to have layer properti es

2005-06-29 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: Chin2 [EMAIL PROTECTED] well i`m wondering if it really difficult to have layer properties in gimp. We already have some layer properties - opacity, visibility, link state - so you should specify what you're talking about... with all the plugins we have in gimp i think it might be

Re: [Gimp-developer] gimp-cvs on msys/mingw

2005-07-06 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: lode leroy [EMAIL PROTECTED] Looking at cvs.sf.net, ftruncate is still defined in unistd.h, but it was added after the release I was using. Well, they provide updates as well - and installing them is recommended :) BTW, does anyone know what exactly the MinGwPORT stuff is about? Is it

Re: [Gimp-developer] Re: Snap To Canvas

2005-07-12 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: GSR - FR [EMAIL PROTECTED] I doubt that makes sense... if it does, why not also make all images start with some guides? Two guides at 1/3 of size (rule of thirds), or the middle of each axis (where is the center?), for example. At least these ones would be visible, not magic. This

Re: [Gimp-developer] PhysX

2005-08-10 Thread Michael Schumacher
Gottfried Zojer wrote: 1)How is it possible to use GIMP or a plugin from GIMP as preprocessing tool for something else ( in this case for the PhysX SDK ) Write a GIMP plug-in, have it use the PhysX SDK API and make sure that it can be compiled an linked. 4)And the bottomline for me is how

[Gimp-developer] The GIMP 2.2.8 for OS/2

2005-08-11 Thread Michael Schumacher
Some of you might still remember - or maybe even use - the operating system of the future that was supposed to free the world from such things as DOS or Microsoft Windows 3.x. Despite being a stable and technologically advanced platform, it didn't succeed - partly because of its equally advanced

Re: [Gimp-developer] New to list--curious about progress o f 'Resources'

2005-08-17 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: michael chang [EMAIL PROTECTED] Where is the GIMP Website located (in terms of making changes)? If someone wants to help e.g. do one page, but not take over the whole project, how would s/he go about propagating the changes to the GIMP website (if approved)? The GNOME CVS, just where

Re: [Gimp-developer] script fu and image file support?

2005-08-24 Thread Michael Schumacher
woc wrote: On 8/24/05, michael chang [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The only portability issue here is that you'd need to compile it on all target OS's. No big deal -- that's how GIMP is made anyways. Use MinGW for Windows, and Linux uses the GCC and related tools. Easy enough. Which means

[Gimp-developer] [Fwd: Some suggestions for the plug-in registry]

2005-08-26 Thread Michael Schumacher
As promised on IRC, my suggestions for the registry. Originally sent to the maintainer of the registry. Original Message Subject: Some suggestions for the plug-in registry Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 22:13:58 +0200 From: Michael Schumacher [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi, I'd like to propose

Re: [Gimp-developer] anti-swpat campaigner seeks pantone p atent details

2005-08-29 Thread Michael Schumacher
Von: Alastair M. Robinson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Ciaran O'Riordan wrote: The lack of Pantone support in GIMP is a useful example of how software users are harmed by software patents, but to make this claim I need to be able to point out which patents cause this problem. Is that really a

Re: [Gimp-developer] GIMP 2.3.4

2005-09-23 Thread Michael Schumacher
michael chang wrote: Solution: Linux/POSIX emulation layer. Cygwin is usually used. MinGW/MSYS is also workable, IIRC. I've never compiled GIMP on either, though. For GIMP, I'd say that MinGW is preferred - not that there shouldn't any problems with Cygwin, but anyone trying this might

Re: [Gimp-developer] GIMP 2.3.4

2005-09-24 Thread Michael Schumacher
Axel Wernicke wrote: Am 23.09.2005 um 23:43 schrieb Michael Schumacher: Problem: how to keep each of the places distributing GIMP (some net magazines, other random websites, users) from mistaking it as a new stable release. How about writing it with large red letters on the splash screen

Re: [Gimp-developer] GIMP 2.3.4

2005-09-25 Thread Michael Schumacher
michael chang wrote: On 9/23/05, Michael Schumacher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: michael chang wrote: The problem is that when the timeout dies, then should be a new version; if there isn't one, it's kinda silly to have to re-install the same version to extend the timeout. Reinstalling

Re: [Gimp-developer] GIMP 2.3.4

2005-09-28 Thread Michael Schumacher
Lance Dockins wrote: 1) Is there a way to get python to work on Windows AND is it even necessary to build GIMP? Get it from http://www.python.org It is not neccessary to build GIMP, but neccessary for the PyGimp modules and thius Python support in GIMP. 2) Where do I install/unzip the all

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