Re: testing GAP with our latest GIMP author

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Jesus Consuegra wrote:

>   Now, a good book on Scritp-fu. Or in Tiny-fu.
>   Have you taken a glimpse on it?.

Yes, I have. I'm even listed as a contributor (windows binaries) on the
link below.

>   It looks like a smaller, faster and more RSR5 compliant scheme for the GIMP.

Hm, faster...

This is a downside of one of its upsides - support for UTF-8 strings.
Try the Script-Fu text circle script with non-ASCII characters and you
will know why this is a good thing[tm].

The problem known as "The Windows version of Tiny-Fu does not translate
strings." is gone, but
is something I'd like to see investigated before I create new binaries.

>   Just a few changes and the "script-fuses" are "tiny-fuses"...

AFAIK the plan is to make Tiny-Fu able to read Script-Fu scripts as
well, if possible. Then the planned transition from Script-Fu to Tiny-Fu
as the default scripting engine of GIMP will be more smooth as it would
be today.


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