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On 25/05/2012 22.28, Ofnuts wrote:
I developped my first python scripts on Windows, but I must say that switching to Linux (which I did for other reasons) greatly eased this kind of work. In your first runs you weed out the synatx errors, but if you run the script directly in Gimp you won't see much since the syntax errors will even prevent it from registering... Take the habit to run the script outside of Gimp; "python your_plugin.py" in a command prompt, if you have blatant syntax errors they will show then and be a lot easier to fix. You can move to Gimp when it only complains about importing "gimpfu" (if it gets this far the syntax is OK).
That's interesting. I will bear these suggestions in mind. Thank you again. _______________________________________________ gimp-developer-list mailing list gimp-developer-list@xxxxxxxxx https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer-list
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