1. 19 Apr, 2021 2 commits
    • Jehan's avatar
      plug-ins: move benchmark-foreground-extract from GIMP repo. · 57710ed0
      Jehan authored
      We did port it to the new API but we are doubting it is useful at all.
      It might have been, historically, when foreground extract algorithm was
      first introduced, but probably not anymore, even more as the algorithm
      is now implemented mostly on GEGL side anyway. So if any benchmark were
      to be done, it should probably be added as GEGL tests.
      
      Still we move it to the gimp-data-extras repository for being able to
      easily bring it back in case we missed some use.
      57710ed0
    • Jehan's avatar
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  2. 15 Dec, 2020 1 commit
    • Jehan's avatar
      plug-ins: move py-slice.py from GIMP repository to gimp-data-extras. · beffc6bb
      Jehan authored
      Per polls on Twitter, Reddit, Patreon and Tipeee, most people were
      willing to drop this plug-ins as not being relevant anymore (247 for
      dropping and 63 for keeping it, so nearly 80% out of 310 participants).
      
      So let's move it to gimp-data-extras allowing it to still have a
      possible life, and who knows, maybe to even evolve.
      
      While doing so, adding a --enable-gimp3 flag to the configure step. With
      this option, the repository will look for a gimp-3.0 pkg-config file
      instead of gimp-2.0 and will install to the relevant data and plug-in
      folders.
      
      Note that data (brushes, patterns, etc.) are installed both with
      --enable-gimp3 and without, but the Python 3 plug-in is only installed
      with the option enabled, since it is not GIMP 2.x compatible.
      beffc6bb
  3. 21 Sep, 2020 1 commit
    • Jehan's avatar
      plug-ins: add Python 2/GIMP 2 API plug-ins not ported to new API. · 3d11ab9a
      Jehan authored
      After review by Elad Shahar, then by myself, we decided these 4 plug-ins
      are probably not worth the effort to port them to the new GIMP 3 API
      (and Python 3).
      Either they are duplicate of existing script-fu script or of GEGL
      operations or they are in unfinished state. All of them were not even
      installed on stable builds.
      See isssue gimp#4368.
      
      Nevertheless as Akkana Peck (akk) points out on IRC, some of them are
      interesting to study, in order to know how some things can be done in
      GIMP plug-ins (because even with API changes, most of base code logics
      is reusable) and also maybe these could be improved in the future to do
      something actually useful or better than existing plug-ins. So I move
      them to gimp-data-extras. I don't add them in the build system though,
      because they probably should not be considered stable even in this
      repository. But at least code is there for whoever wants to build good
      plug-ins from there.
      3d11ab9a
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  13. 14 Nov, 2007 1 commit
    • Sven Neumann's avatar
      Made 2.0.2 release. · 18c6f108
      Sven Neumann authored
      2007-11-14  Sven Neumann  <sven@gimp.org>
      
              * Made 2.0.2 release.
      
      svn path=/trunk/; revision=39
      18c6f108