Commit e4f304dd authored by Marc Lehmann's avatar Marc Lehmann

I stumbled over a cvs quirk...

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Marc Lehmann <pcg@goof.com>
"everything"
Additional example/plug-in authors (may not be complete), please see the
scripts in the examples/ directory:
Dov Grobgeld <dov@imagic.weizmann.ac.il>
contributed some examples and many
ideas, many, many bugfixes, the initial version of
Gtk/ColorSelectButton.pm, and, most importantly, a tutorial.
Jason van Zyl <jason@bookshelf.ca>
sent the first example script
This is distributed under the same license as perl itself, i.e. either the
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If you make modifications, please consider sending them to me,
Marc Lehmann <pcg@goof.com>
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Revision history for Gimp-Perl extension.
1.044
- allow PF_PATTERN etc. to be usable as commandline arguments
- added parasite support -> untested so far
- Gimp::Fu wasn't calling Gtk->init anymore
- Gimp/Lib.xs wasn't including config.h, and nobody ever noticed ;)
- we no longer link against ui-libraries, unless necessary.
- added <5.005 warning
- many, many configuration changes and hacks
- this is now part of the gimp cvs tree
- changed LIBS by LDLOADLIBS... hacky, but works
1.0431 Thu Oct 8 20:01:32 CEST 1998
- compile fix for gimp-1.0
1.043 Thu Oct 8 07:27:23 CEST 1998
- allow <None> as menupath
- added HORIZONTAL, VERTICAL
- implemented PF_BRUSH, PF_PATTERN and PF_GRADIENT
- examples/example-fu.pl shows all possible dialog widgets
- fixed Gimp::Fu::xlfd_size to correctly return the pointsize
(rather than pointsize*10)
- added FG_IMAGE_FILL (and fixed the values of the other FILL
constants, which were documented incorrectly)
- please note that you can upload your perl-scripts to the
Gimp-registry now(!!!!). Visit http://registry.gimp.org/
and deposit your script ;)
1.042 Mon Oct 5 00:50:04 CEST 1998
- implemented PF_ADJUSTMENT to aid scm2perl's job, its undocumented
and should not be used by new code.
- fixed a coredump problem when tracing.
- removed debugging code I accidently left in. Yuck Yuck!
- an array size parameter in argument lists is now accepted and
silently ignored. This is for script-fu compatibility.
- better error handling (I'm on the right track!)
- added scm2perl (scheme to perl) to the distribution. Look at
"perldoc scm2perl". Needs Parse::RecDescent from CPAN.
1.041 Sat Oct 3 21:58:09 CEST 1998
- a 5.004 compatibility fix. Another one and I'll simply "require
5.005".
- Gimp::Fu doesn't display image and drawable widgets in commandline
mode unless the script really is an <Image>-type script.
- Gimp::Net now passes colour values correctly (and also
undefs, which makes it slower but perl doesn't warn
anymore. argh.)
- constants now have empty prototypes (so "RGB_IMAGE ? ... : ..." parses as
question operator rather than pattern match.
- Gimp::Fu/Cancel button works in commandline mode
1.04 Thu Oct 1 22:42:57 CEST 1998
- don't disallow drawable arguments as layer parameters.
- fixed error reporting again (it should work now but still
compiler with older perls ;)
- implemented PF_FONT, see also Gimp::Fu::xlfd_size
- implemented PF_SPINNER
- another "Attempt to free unrecerenced scalar" warning fixed
1.035 Wed Sep 30 23:58:02 CEST 1998
- Gimp::ignore_functions can be used to ignore AUTOLOADING
of some functions. This is mainly for the benefit of interface
modules.
- Gimp::Net/spawn will ignore gimp_progress_init and other, similar
gui dependent functions.
- changed lookup order again to ease overwriting functions.
- fixed the bug with not using the perl version of some functions
(like gimp_list_images)
1.034 Wed Sep 16 21:21:42 CEST 1998
- various bugfixes in Gimp::Fu
- added slider type to Gimp::Fu (PF_SLIDER), see webify.pl
for a demo.
1.033 Tue Sep 15 17:53:50 CEST 1998
- added mailing list info to the README
- compatibility fix for 5.004
1.032 Mon Sep 14 02:29:55 CEST 1998
- Gimp::Fu now has (some) support for return values. I told you to
return undef ;)
- fixed memory problem in Gimp::Lib when param array was empty.
- removed bogus plug_in_ name prefix form the examples
- don't install border.pl by default, gimp is just too buggy ;)
- webify.pl now doesn't cut the layer away if the selection is empty.
- added FG/BG buttons to fetch colours to Gimp::Fu (try Filters/Misc/Webify)
- disabled intensive tests (batch mode now requires script-fu...
bleeech)
1.031 Sun Sep 13 21:50:51 CEST 1998
- non-OO syntax works again (silly me) (and is no longer deprecated,
but the default!)
- Gimp::function syntax officially does not work anymore. Use
Gimp->function syntax now (or use :auto)
- made compatible with the newest gimp snapshit. wrote
lamentation to gimp-developers. commited suicide.
- added examples/webify.pl
- first try to implement return values in Gimp. Gimp::Fu still
lacks support.
1.03 Wed Sep 9 21:04:54 CEST 1998
- all files are now readable/exec'able by group owner
- updated some examples to the new syntax
- small documentation changes (still waaay to go..)
- Gimp::Fu now allows any string as colour specifier.
- the Perl-Server doesn't eat the string "Gimp" as first argument
anymore, but still gimp_some_function("Gimp") is indistinguishable
from Gimp->gimp_some_function().
- not use'ing Gimp from interface modules makes everything so much
easier..
- fixed make clean
- added more tests, including starting and testing The Gimp itself
- passwords can now be used for the Perl-Server (and tcp is open
by default)
1.02 Wed Sep 2 23:35:37 CEST 1998
- added Gimp::Patterns
- Gimp::Fu now doesn't gratitiously share LAST_VALS with other
Gimp::Fu-plugins anymore ;)
- reworked AUTOLOAD again, no it even seems to work.
- fixed Fu::interact
1.01 Tue Sep 1 23:18:25 CEST 1998
- PARAM_IMAGEs (et al.) can now be passed into an INT32ARRAY
(*shudder*)
- arrays as return value now work. if a single array is being returned,
return it flat, else return it as reference (this does not include
colours, though)
- INT8 values will now be returned UNSIGNED (!)
- totally reworked autoloading, I hope its cleaner that way:
- Gimp is now a class like any other (Gimp::Layer, Palette)
- flat calling syntax is now deprecated ("gimp_image_new"),
OO-syntax should be used ("new Image" or "Gimp->image_new"),
which allows better compatibility.
1.005 Mon Aug 24 23:09:17 CEST 1998
1.004 (internal release for debian)
- requires Gtk-0.3 now... since this version finally works,
I can code again:
- added "Defaults" button to Gimp::Fu
- prototypes enabled for pixel/region/pdl functions
- various bugfixes to PDL functions
1.003 Sat Aug 15 21:06:41 CEST 1998
- gimp-1.1 removes some functions, so don't prototype them.
- a drawable first argument substitues for an image, i.e.
you can omit the first IMAGE
- error reporting is now much better and reports the correct
source position, I hope ;)
1.002 Mon Jul 27 12:44:46 CEST 1998
- Patch by Dov Grobgeld (default values for arguments, bugfixes)
- gimp_displays_flush called always after a Fu-script
1.001 Sat Jul 25 04:01:55 CEST 1998
- another fix by Aaron Sherman
1.0 Thu Jul 23 23:35:13 CEST 1998
- prefix wrongly defaulted to /usr/local
- other configuration changes
- fixed(?) mod. of read-only variable...
0.996 Wed Jul 22 14:39:23 CEST 1998
- greatly reduced code bloat, almost all functions
can be traced now, at expense of speed and possible
libgimp-bashing ;-<
- _some_ plug-ins are installed by default now
- if this surives the test, it will be 1.0. really.
0.995 Tue Jul 21 20:08:32 CEST 1998
- do not depend on origargc and origargv anymore, as
these do not exist in perl5.004_76 (due to a bug, but
the new solution is better)
- this is the release 1.0 candidate
0.994 Tue Jul 21 04:57:28 CEST 1998
- check wether DIVIDE_MODE is available
- commented out gimp_channel_get_show_masked
and gimp_channel_set_show_masked, since they are
implemented in gimp-1.0
- implemented strings as colour specifiers, i.e.
gimp_palette_set_foreground "slategrey"
see Gimp::set_rgb_db
0.993 Tue Jul 21 04:38:01 CEST 1998
- incorporated Dov's patch to enable --output
(man Gimp::Fu, save_image)
0.992 Thu Jul 16 17:10:46 CEST 1998
- added more constants (see DIVIDE_MODE, gimp_color_balance)
- Perl-Server now clears the trace result from the last command,
in case the command doesn't set it.
0.991 Thu Jul 15 19:00:50 CEST 1998
- gimp_set/get_data now uses gimp_data_get_size when available
(the test will fail with some cpp's, though ...)
0.99 Tue Jul 7 03:23:07 CEST 1998
- --info switch deleted from Fu
- implemented --interact switch, default is now NOT
to interact when any script-arguments are given.
- switched to using vi, instead of joe, for editing
- killed configure, a Makefile.PL is now used (which
calls configure ;-)
- got rid of the top-level configure, now use the Makefile.PL
- implemented RUN_WITH_LAST_VALS in Fu, with hopefully useful
semantics. \0\0 is currently illegal in arguments, otherwise I had
required Data::Dumper or Storable
0.98 (not correctly issued)
- 0.98 was wrongly issued to CPAN.
0.97 Tue Jun 30 19:36:23 CEST 1998
- bugfixes, changes for gimp-1.1
- Gtk-0.2.3 required
0.96 Sun Jun 7 16:24:46 CEST 1998
- added windy.pl to the manifest.
- Gimp::Tile & friends now work with Gimp::Net
- Gimp::Fu now supports all PARAM_xxx-types
- Gimp::Fu now supports some of the switches
0.95 Fri May 29 13:47:48 CEST 1998
- thanks mr. libgimpui developer for this braindamaged "use static
structures" attitude. I reimplemented the libgimpui in perl.
not that it got worse...
0.94 Wed May 27 04:19:24 CEST 1998
- PixelRgn and Tile manpages merged.
- Gtk-0.2.2 required
- Lib.xs (and _only_ Lib.xs!) now compiles & links against
gtk-config --whatever, since we need widget support.
0.93 Tue May 26 03:09:59 CEST 1998
- documentation updates.
- bugfixes.
- added windy.pl plug-in.
0.92 Sat May 23 23:46:33 CEST 1998
- preliminary GDrawable support (NOT Gimp::Net)
- preliminary GTile support (NOT Gimp::Net)
- preliminary GPixelRgn support (NOT Gimp::Net)
- preliminary PDL support (in Gimp::PDL)
- moved Gimp::OO into Gimp
- bugfixes
0.91 Fri May 22 01:55:30 CEST 1998
- Gimp::ColorSelectButton is no longer installed, Gtk-0.2.2 is
required.
- commandline parameters supported
- gimp_image_get_layers, gimp_image_get_cmap, gimp_image_get_channels
commented out, use pdb functions instead
- fixed a bug in Fu handling of <Image> plug-ins
0.90 Tue May 12 15:26:50 CEST 1998
- BUGFIX ONLY RELEASE
- tracing works in Perl-Server (Oleg Bartunov)
- fixes for Gtk-0.2.1
- Gtk::ColorSelectButton renamed to Gimp::ColorSelectButton
until Gtk is fixed.
- _I_ made the error of writing udp when I meant unix. _ARGH_
0.89 Mon May 11 03:29:30 CEST 1998
- added common commandline options (--help, --host, --verbose)
- help option for Gimp::Fu
- added a whole bunch of --with-*= switches
- well.... still more bugfixes!
- Gimp::Net will autostart gimp
0.88 Wed May 6 17:00:57 CEST 1998
- fixed "script-fu-whatever-garbage"->(arguments...)
- renamed Net-Server to Perl-Server (why?)
- more (untested) configuration changes. Does it work at all now?
- removed Gimp::Util (it _was_ not convincing)
- even more fixes
- Gimp::Fu! including some documentation ;)
- added Gtk/ColorSelectButton.pm
0.87 Mon Apr 27 15:38:23 CEST 1998
- mainly a bugfix release, none of the new features work yet!
- started to code Gimp::Fu for simple dialogs.
- added more autoflush for old perls *sigh*
- autoconf'd. not good, but its a start
- AUTOLOAD is no longer exported, instead, @ISA is used
0.86 Thu Apr 2 19:59:06 CEST 1998
- missing __STDC__VERSION__ only gives a warning now
- got rid of alloca
- added gimp_set_data & gimp_get_data
- new module Gimp::Data
0.85 Fri Mar 27 17:43:35 CET 1998
- compatibility autoflush added in Net-Server, better upgrade to 5.004_04
- better signal handling in Net-Server... why does libgimp need SIGPIPE?
- add -lglib to the libraries for Lib.xs, to cater for yet more broken systems
0.84 Fri Mar 13 21:23:07 CET 1998
- calling "new Object" now actually works the second time.
0.83 Tue Feb 24 17:29:34 CET 1998
- use strict always everywhere.
- more errors fixed (by compiling under solaris ;), thanks
to dov@Orbotech.Co.IL for pointing it out!
- change to support gnuc, c9x, and old (none) varargs macro syntax
could be done much easier, but I like the correct approach
0.82 Mon Feb 16 12:20:42 CET 1998
- array types implemented... the gimp pdb wasn't thoughtfully
designed, or better: not _too_ thoughtfully.
- network protocl changed (dunno why, not necessarily better..
also I was infected by versionitis (but Data::Dumper has the same
problem ;)))
- floats are now displayed as such ;)
0.81 Sun Feb 15 20:57:53 CET 1998
- tracing now works for networked scripts.
- tcp supported in the server & client, but not enabled by default.
- simplified Gimp::OO.pm
- IO-syntax now support, i.e. new Image(..), which is still a hacky
namespace game
0.80 Fri Feb 13 17:15:48 CET 1998
- version 1.0 is the first one generally usable.. we're getting
- close! Gimp::Net and Gimp::Lib are only internal modules, there
is not much of a distinction between networked modules and modules
using libgimp!
- Gimp::OO usable over the network.
0.07 Thu Feb 12 06:51:56 CET 1998
- some bugfixes, and the addition of Gimp::Net and an accompanying
server. See example-net.pl for a demo.
0.06 Wed Feb 11 02:42:24 CET 1998
- the first user sent an example script ;)
- PARAM_STRING's are now correctly displayed in traces
- start of Gimp::Util, not very convincing
- pseudo-oo interface, see Gimp::OO
0.05 Sat Feb 7 23:31:08 CET 1998
- added set_trace and trace capabilities. helps to track down bugs in
pdb calls
0.04 Sat Feb 7 21:43:56 CET 1998
- gimp_channel_set_color uses a d_color argument, like everybody else
- libgimp functions will be used instead of pdb calls
wherever possible. libgimp functions using different calling
conventions than equivalent pdb functions (gimp_layer_copy, etc..)
are NOT exported.
0.03 Sat Feb 7 06:15:09 CET 1998
- even more usable. although only pdb calls are implemented,
most gimp functions are available. dealing with tiles
directly in perl is probably too slow anyway (ha-ha ;)
- the example plugin does slightly more now.
0.02 Sat Feb 7 04:18:17 CET 1998
- first working version
0.01 Fri Feb 6 17:51:56 CET 1998
- original version; created by h2xs 1.18
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#include "config.h"
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
#include <libgimp/gimp.h>
/* FIXME */
/* sys/param.h is redefining these! */
#undef MIN
#undef MAX