GIMP# 0.9 released

July 6, 2006 at 11:16 am | Posted in GIMP | 5 Comments

Last night we released GIMP# 0.9. Highlights for this release:

  • Framework for playing Photoshop actions. Right now this plug-in can play about 20 % of my random set of action files.
  • New plug-in to generate Raindrops
  • Port of Forge plug-in
  • New Blur Average plug-in (Photoshop clone)
  • New Pointillize plug-in (Photoshop clone)
  • New DifferenceClouds plug-in (Photoshop clone)
  • GIMP# plug-ins can now be called non-interactively, for example from within a script-fu
  • Support of Drag and Drop in Picture Package for swapping images inside the preview area
  • More unit tests (currently about 200)
  • Many bug fixes and smaller improvements

The win32 installer will follow within a few days as soon as we have resolved the remaining issues.


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  1. Hello:

    I try to compile in Ubuntu-Linux but I have a problem. It compile well and it generate “gimp-sharp.dll” well too. The problem is when I install (make install) the code.


    # sudo make install
    Making install in lib
    make[1]: se ingresa al directorio `/home/user/Documentos/programas/gimp-sharp-0.9/lib’
    /usr/bin/install -c -m 644 gimp-sharp.dll
    /usr/bin/install: falta el operando archivo de destino después de `gimp-sharp.dll’
    Pruebe `/usr/bin/install –help’ para más información.
    make[1]: *** [install] Error 1
    make[1]: se sale del directorio `/home/user/Documentos/programas/gimp-sharp-0.9/lib’
    make: *** [install-recursive] Error 1

    What’s happened??

    My english is very bad. I’m sorry


  2. It looks as if install is missing a destintation directory. How did you execute the configure command?

    $ ./configure

    should normally be sufficient

  3. Yes. I did do

    $ ./configure
    $ make
    $ sudo make install

    I don’t understand as is missing the destination directory. In which directory the program copies the file? Could I copy the files directly?

    thanks maurits

  4. You could copy the files directly, but I would like to find the source of the problem first. Can you check if you have the gimp development package installed?

    I suspect that gimptool is missing and that might be the reason it can’t find the destination directory. Can you try a

    $ gimptool-2.0

    and tell me if it’s found. If not, please install teh GIMP development package that comes with Ubuntu.

    Also have a close look if ./configure doesn’t report errors about the missing gimptool.

  5. Exactly. I didn’t have installed gimptool-2.0. I have installed gimp2-devel and it have compiled well


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