Re: Repetitive tasks

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On Thursday 15 December 2005 01:27 am, flea4it wrote:
> I was hoping to use script-fu to do some repetitive tasks, for
> example, create multiple random designs .. and read parameters from
> a file to do this. That seems to not work. Is the perl-fu interface
> any better (does it have file-io?) or is script-fu the best?
> (I like both languages!)
> Perl is great, but I'm an ex-Lisp hacker, so that's good, too.

If you intend to read write files, have access to all sorts of high 
level APIs (like havign different statistical models to generate 
random numbers), I recommend you to use gimp-python./

Also, the "paths"  example almost made me hurl.
It is a single array of arrays in python, declared more less like:
points = [ (0,0), (0,0), (0,0), (100,0), (100,0), (100,0)  ... ]
and so on.

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