Re: Repetitive tasks

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flea4it wrote:
> I was hoping to use script-fu to do some repetitive tasks, for 
> example, create multiple random designs .. and read parameters from
> a file to do this. That seems to not work. Is the perl-fu interface
> any better (does it have file-io?) or is script-fu the best?

File I/O in perl-fu is probably better than in Script-Fu. Depending on what 
type of file I/O you need you may find Tiny-Fu better. It has some 
additional file related functions which are not available in Script-Fu. 
Basic reading of stuff from a file will be about the same as in Script-Fu.

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