Re: language manual

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--- In script-fu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Kevin Cozens <kcozens@xxxx> wrote:
> michaelhoelzende wrote:
> > Is there a kind of "script-fu-with-GIMP language manual" containing
> > the valid functions, commands and constants as well as the error codes
> > and messages?
> > For example i really don't know how error/error escape handling is
> > done with script-fu/GIMP.
> The main site for information on the SIOD component of Script-Fu is
> It has a list of the
> functions/commands. Additional information can be found in the
> Browser. Just remember to drop the leading GIMP_ from named
constants and 
> change _ to -. I don't know of a complete list of named constants
for GIMP. 
>   Any GIMP function which can take named constants should and
usually does 
> show them in the Procedure Browser display.
> Regarding error and error escape handling you should look at the use of 
> catch and throw. In SIOD, catch and throw are *catch and *throw. An
> of the use of catch can be found in the contactsheet.sct script in
> There are no Script-Fu scripts shipped as part of GIMP which use
catch at 
> this time.
> -- 
> Cheers!
> Kevin.
> |"What are we going to do today,
> Owner of Elecraft K2 #2172        |"Same thing we always do, Pinkutus:
>                                    |  Try to assimilate the world!"
> #include <disclaimer/favourite>   |              -Pinkutus & the Borg

Many of the procedures listed at, such as "readline", do
not work in GIMP. 

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