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Waited All day to respond to my rant's responses. Steven Howe 05 Apr 09:42
  Waited All day to respond to my rant's responses. Taim1949 17 Nov 03:51
Steven Howe
2007-04-05 09:42:09 UTC (over 14 years ago)

Waited All day to respond to my rant's responses.

I have three messages to respond to. So if I don't address your issue reply to reply, don't get upset.

One; The gimp is not a Kernel program. At least not on non-windows system. On Windows who the hell knows what is going on. Certainly not Microsoft (all the more reason not to worry about it).

Program to program pipes, with the same user shouldn't be much of an issue. Linux's dbus feature is certainly a pipe between processes that seems to behave well; well enough to have it embedded into the system in the last few releases.

I opened the jpeg or gif; saying I shouldn't have access to it's window via a script, but via a mouse click is just stupid. Ownership. I have to put a script in a directory to have it read, loaded and made available. Don't I, the end user have to take some responsibility for my actions? Like selecting a menu, pulling it down and running a script?

OK Documentation. Somebody finally answered the question. Only one person is maintaining the Py-Gimp docs. I'll help. Gladly. I'll ask questions; you answer. Maybe well have a fuller document soon. I don't mind being frustrated, as long as there is a goal being worked on, in front of me.

Now on to 'open', 'close', 'read', 'write'. These are basic operation of any programming language. Scripting or otherwise. Not having them is just crippling the language. Saying it's a design choice is ... well just a bad design choice. Also having an application call python, with implied lists is just bad design. Even if mostly redundant, it just voids good programming technique. Calling a user routine with a defined set of variables, requires good programming practice. I don't mind typing 'self' when programming a class method. Reason would say it's implied; why both.

No different here. Require the first three vars to be action, image, drawable. It makes coding far more reasonable. Even make a version number first, so newer scripts could check for the required vars isn't that bad. I have to do it routinely when programming for pygtk.

OK; so help me ask good question, so I can help right good documentations; maybe with a few examples to try at the gimp console. A damn fine learning tool I might add. I might even join in on the programming side. I have the time. And I want an 'antiquing suite' (just a personal perversion). Most of my issues to date are reasonable features. Access to trip menu items, maybe even with presets; open/close files/displays of images passed in on the command string; documentation of undocumented features.

Rant reply over.

Steven Howe

2021-11-17 03:51:17 UTC (20 days ago)
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Waited All day to respond to my rant's responses.

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