Commit 099012f2 authored by Manish Singh's avatar Manish Singh

Configured in the flame plugin

Updated the ripply-anim script (still broken)
Preparation for 0.99.16 release

-Yosh
parent e8f7ed53
Sun Dec 14 19:47:59 PST 1997 Manish Singh <yosh@gimp.org>
* Configured in the flame plugin by default
* updated the ripply-anim script (still broken though)
Sun Dec 14 20:57:46 1997 Ray Lehtiniemi <rayl@netrover.com>
* app/tools.c (tools_options_dialog_show): fix a problem where
......
Some notes on GIMP-0.99.16:
* The Flame plug-in as well as MathMap, GimpTcl and Gfig
are included but not yet integrated into the build cause of
instability or other unresolved issues.
* The MathMap, GimpTcl, GAG, and Gfig are included but not yet integrated
into the build cause of instability or other unresolved issues.
Please read the file TODO-DIST to find more information about things
that were not included or that are (possibly) broken in this distribution.
......@@ -10,4 +9,4 @@ that were not included or that are (possibly) broken in this distribution.
-- Federico Mena <federico@nuclecu.unam.mx>
-- Christoph Hoegl <darkwing@bsddmail.franken.de>
\ No newline at end of file
-- Christoph Hoegl <darkwing@bsddmail.franken.de>
The GIMP: the GNU Image Manipulation Program
--------------------------------------------
This is version 0.99.15 of the GIMP. For the most part it contains all
This is version 0.99.16 of the GIMP. For the most part it contains all
of the features that will be in version 1.0 of the GIMP. It does,
however, lack a) documentation, b) robustness and c) some of the
plug-ins found in the 0.54 version.
The main difference between v0.99.15 and much earlier versions is the
The main difference between v0.99.16 and much earlier versions is the
use of a tile based memory management for images. This allows the GIMP
to work with images much larger than physical memory in a usable
fashion. Before such memory management, the GIMP was nearly unusable
......@@ -97,7 +97,8 @@ substituting <list-name> for "gimp-user" or "gimp-developer" (without
the quotes, of course) depending on the list you want to subscribe
to. The mailing list archives can be found at
http://kiwi.cs.berkeley.edu/~gimp
http://www.levien.com/~gimp-dev/current/
http://www.findmail.com/listsaver/gimp-developer/
Gimp-user is a mailing list dedicated to user problems, hints and
tips, discussion of cool effects, etc. Gimp-developer is oriented to
......@@ -118,10 +119,9 @@ More information about Byxnet can be found at
http://rudolf.canberra.edu.au/gimp/byxnet.html
Manish Singh (msingh@uclink4.berkeley.edu) has contributed a set of
keybindings similar to those in Adobe Photoshop (tm). You can find
them in the ps-menurc file. To use them, copy this file to
~/.gimp/menurc
Manish Singh (yosh@gimp.org) has contributed a set of keybindings similar
to those in Adobe Photoshop (tm). You can find them in the ps-menurc file.
To use them, copy this file to ~/.gimp/menurc
We sincerely hope you enjoy the program. Please report problems to
gimp-developer@scam.xcf.berkeley.edu. Before reporting a problem, you
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......
......@@ -1511,6 +1511,20 @@ This procedure converts the specified image to indexed color. This process requ
@end defun
@emph{Spencer Kimball & Peter Mattis}
@defun gimp_convert_indexed_palette image, dither, palette_type, num_cols, palette
This procedure converts the specified image to indexed color. This process requires an image of type GRAY or RGB. The `palette_type' specifies what kind of palette to use, A type of `0' means to use an optimal palette of `num_cols' generated from the colors in the image. A type of `1' means to re-use the previous palette. A type of `2' means to use the WWW-optimized palette. Type `3' means to use only black and white colors. A type of `4' means to use a palette from the gimp palettes directories.--@strong{Internal GIMP procedure}
@strong{Inputs}
@itemize @bullet
@item @emph{image} (PDB_IMAGE)--The image
@item @emph{dither} (PDB_INT32)--Floyd-Steinberg dithering
@item @emph{palette_type} (PDB_INT32)--The type of palette to use, (0 optimal) (1 reuse) (2 WWW) (3 Mono) (4 Custom)
@item @emph{num_cols} (PDB_INT32)--The number of colors to quantize to, ignored unless (palette_type == 0)
@item @emph{palette} (PDB_STRING)--The name of the custom palette to use, ignored unless (palette_type == 4)
@end itemize
@end defun
@emph{Spencer Kimball & Peter Mattis}
@defun gimp_convert_rgb image
This procedure converts the specified image to RGB color. This process requires an image of type GRAY or INDEXED. No image content is lost in this process aside from the colormap for an indexed image.--@strong{Internal GIMP procedure}
......@@ -4636,6 +4650,18 @@ Then something else here--@strong{GIMP Plug-In}
@end defun
@emph{Pavel Grinfeld (pavel@@ml.com)}
@defun plug_in_flame run_mode, image, drawable
use Smooth Palette to make colormaps--@strong{GIMP Plug-In}
@strong{Inputs}
@itemize @bullet
@item @emph{run_mode} (PDB_INT32)--Interactive, non-interactive
@item @emph{image} (PDB_IMAGE)--Input image (unused)
@item @emph{drawable} (PDB_DRAWABLE)--Input drawable
@end itemize
@end defun
@emph{Scott Draves}
@defun plug_in_fractal_trace run_mode, image, drawable, xmin, xmax, ymin, ymax, ymax, depth, outside_type
transform image with the Mandelbrot Fractal--@strong{GIMP Plug-In}
......@@ -5837,21 +5863,6 @@ Creates a simple logo with a shadow and a highlight--@strong{Temporary Procedure
@end defun
@emph{Spencer Kimball}
@defun script-fu-beveled-logo run_mode, value, value, value, color, color
Bevel--@strong{Temporary Procedure}
@strong{Inputs}
@itemize @bullet
@item @emph{run_mode} (PDB_INT32)--Interactive, non-interactive
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Text String
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Font Size (in pixels)
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Font
@item @emph{color} (PDB_COLOR)--Top Gradient Color
@item @emph{color} (PDB_COLOR)--Bottom Gradient Color
@end itemize
@end defun
@emph{Manish Singh <yosh@@gimp.org>}
@defun script-fu-beveled-pattern-arrow run_mode, value, value, value
Beveled pattern arrow--@strong{Temporary Procedure}
......@@ -6055,6 +6066,21 @@ Chalk scribbled logos--@strong{Temporary Procedure}
@end defun
@emph{Manish Singh <msingh@@uclink4.berkeley.edu>}
@defun script-fu-chalk-test-logo run_mode, value, value, value, color, color
Chalk scribbled logos--@strong{Temporary Procedure}
@strong{Inputs}
@itemize @bullet
@item @emph{run_mode} (PDB_INT32)--Interactive, non-interactive
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Text String
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Font Size (in pixels)
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Font
@item @emph{color} (PDB_COLOR)--Background Color
@item @emph{color} (PDB_COLOR)--Chalk Color
@end itemize
@end defun
@emph{Manish Singh <msingh@@uclink4.berkeley.edu>}
@defun script-fu-chrome-logo run_mode, value, value, value, color
Somewhat simplistic, but cool chromed logos--@strong{Temporary Procedure}
......@@ -6450,7 +6476,7 @@ Create size of brush--@strong{Temporary Procedure}
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Description
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Width
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Height
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Spacking
@item @emph{value} (PDB_STRING)--Spacing
@end itemize
@end defun
@emph{Seth Burgess <sjburges@@ou.edu>}
......
......@@ -61,6 +61,7 @@ SUBDIRS = \
figures \
film \
fits \
flame \
fp \
fractaltrace \
gauss_iir \
......@@ -141,7 +142,7 @@ scriptdata =
pluginlibdir = $(gimpplugindir)/plug-ins
EXTRA_DIST = build.in xcompose.txt
EXTRA_DIST = build.in
INCLUDES = \
$(X_CFLAGS) \
......
......@@ -2,10 +2,10 @@
pluginlibdir = $(gimpplugindir)/plug-ins
pluginlib_PROGRAMS = tiff
pluginlib_PROGRAMS = flame
tiff_SOURCES = \
tiff.c
flame_SOURCES = \
cmap.c cmap.h flame.c flame.h libifs.c libifs.h megawidget.c megawidget.h rect.c rect.h
INCLUDES = \
$(X_CFLAGS) \
......@@ -16,14 +16,13 @@ LDADD = \
$(top_builddir)/libgimp/libgimpui.la \
$(top_builddir)/libgimp/libgimp.la \
$(X_LIBS) \
@LIBTIFF_LIB@ \
-lc
DEPS = \
$(top_builddir)/libgimp/libgimpui.la \
$(top_builddir)/libgimp/libgimp.la
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flame_DEPENDENCIES = $(DEPS)
.PHONY: files
......
......@@ -6,13 +6,22 @@
; of saving animations (i.e. the GIF plugin).
;
(define (copy-layer-ripple dest-image dest-drawable source-image source-drawable)
(gimp-selection-all dest-image)
(gimp-edit-clear dest-image dest-drawable)
(gimp-selection-none dest-image)
(gimp-selection-all source-image)
(gimp-edit-copy source-image source-drawable)
(let ((floating-sel (car (gimp-edit-paste dest-image dest-drawable FALSE))))
(gimp-floating-sel-anchor floating-sel)))
(define (script-fu-ripply-anim img drawable displacement num-frames)
(let* ((width (car (gimp-drawable-width drawable)))
(height (car (gimp-drawable-height drawable)))
(ripple-image (car (gimp-image-new width height GRAY)))
(ripple-layer (car (gimp-layer-new ripple-image width height GRAY_IMAGE "Ripple Texture" 100 NORMAL))))
; this script generates its own displacement map
; this script generates its own displacement map
(gimp-image-disable-undo ripple-image)
(gimp-palette-set-background '(127 127 127) )
......@@ -22,7 +31,7 @@
; tile noise
(set! rippletiled-ret (plug-in-tile 1 ripple-image ripple-layer (* width 3) (* height 3) TRUE))
(gimp-image-enable-undo ripple-image)
(gimp-image-delete ripple-image)
; (gimp-image-delete ripple-image)
(set! rippletiled-image (car rippletiled-ret))
(set! rippletiled-layer (cadr rippletiled-ret))
......@@ -44,33 +53,38 @@
(set! xoffset (/ width num-frames))
(set! yoffset (/ height num-frames))
(set! out-imagestack (car (gimp-image-new width height RGB)))
(gimp-image-disable-undo out-imagestack)
(while (> remaining-frames 0)
(set! dup-image (car (gimp-channel-ops-duplicate rippletiled-image)))