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KDE-gimp Johannes Wilm 30 Mar 09:25
  KDE-gimp Carol Spears 30 Mar 16:44
   KDE-gimp Carol Spears 30 Mar 18:26
KDE-gimp Tom.Williams@diversifiedsoftware.com 01 Apr 19:44
  KDE-gimp Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero 01 Apr 22:11
Johannes Wilm
2002-03-30 09:25:04 UTC (over 12 years ago)

KDE-gimp

Hi,
I wondered when we are expected to see the gimp with the "modular" GUI, so that someone can start writting the KDE-interface? -- Johannes Wilm

Carol Spears
2002-03-30 16:44:12 UTC (over 12 years ago)

KDE-gimp

On 2002-03-30 at 0925.04 +0100, Johannes Wilm typed this mail:

Hi,
I wondered when we are expected to see the gimp with the "modular" GUI, so that someone can start writting the KDE-interface? -- Johannes Wilm

hmm, i suggest using linux. gimp was made to work on linux first.

carol

Carol Spears
2002-03-30 18:26:50 UTC (over 12 years ago)

KDE-gimp

On 2002-03-30 at 1044.12 -0500, Carol Spears typed this mail:

On 2002-03-30 at 0925.04 +0100, Johannes Wilm typed this mail:

Hi,
I wondered when we are expected to see the gimp with the "modular" GUI, so that someone can start writting the KDE-interface? -- Johannes Wilm

hmm, i suggest using linux. gimp was made to work on linux first.

carol

this was a grumpy braindead answer. i am sorry. but kde is a desktop manager and gimp is a graphics manipulation program that should work in a kde environment. sort of like a module that will manipulate graphics. desktop environments should manipulate desktops and graphics programs should manipulate images. unless i really missed something.

if kde gives you a console, try to type "gimp&" and see if that works.

carol

Tom.Williams@diversifiedsoftware.com
2002-04-01 19:44:48 UTC (over 12 years ago)

KDE-gimp

I think he might be asking when gimp will be able to "hook-in" to KDE such that KDE themes, etc, will appy to gimp as with other KDE "aware" apps. In other words, when will gimp be a "KDE-aware" app or will it continue to be an X app on Linux?

Peace.....

Tom My DVD Collection

Carol Spears Sent by: gimp-user-admin@lists.xcf.berkeley.edu 03/30/02 09:26 AM


To: gimp-user@lists.xcf.berkeley.edu cc:
Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] KDE-gimp

On 2002-03-30 at 1044.12 -0500, Carol Spears typed this mail:

On 2002-03-30 at 0925.04 +0100, Johannes Wilm typed this mail:

Hi,
I wondered when we are expected to see the gimp with the "modular"

GUI, so

that someone can start writting the KDE-interface? -- Johannes Wilm

hmm, i suggest using linux. gimp was made to work on linux first.

carol

this was a grumpy braindead answer. i am sorry. but kde is a desktop manager and gimp is a graphics manipulation program that should work in a kde environment. sort of like a module that will manipulate graphics. desktop environments should manipulate desktops and graphics programs should manipulate images. unless i really missed something.

if kde gives you a console, try to type "gimp&" and see if that works.

carol

Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero
2002-04-01 22:11:50 UTC (over 12 years ago)

KDE-gimp

Tom.Williams@diversifiedsoftware.com (2002-04-01 at 0944.48 -0800):

I think he might be asking when gimp will be able to "hook-in" to KDE such that KDE themes, etc, will appy to gimp as with other KDE "aware" apps. In other words, when will gimp be a "KDE-aware" app or will it continue to be an X app on Linux?

Nitpicking? GIMP is not an X app on Linux either. It runs without X and in other OSes, like Win32 family, MacOSX, IRIX, *BSD... :]

What he wants to know is when he will be able to remove the GTK+ parts and put QT, I guess. As devel is going, I dunno when (I dunno when 1.4 will be ready either, and that is easier), but I guess that he will still need GLib and just be able to remove the top GTK+ part, thus not making it really QT but a frankenstein.

Probably it would be less time and better for everyone if a global way to share GTK+ QT themes was created, or a translator or something, instead of trying to fix things app by app. If the problem is the look and feel, fix that, not chop and rewrite the full app, cos that is going to be nasty. About filsesystem access, well, maybe there should be a way to do a generic, more OS level, lib and / or fs, instead of doing one for GNOME, another for KDE and nothing for the rest.

When it is done, supposing it is possible. And it should be asked in devel, not user.

GSR