Re: [Gimp-developer] Python vs Scheme

While waiting for your answer, I delved into the topic and found several
scripts created in Scheme, I also noticed that Gimp uses its interpreter
derived from TinyScheme, whose development is not very active, while the
cousins of the Gnome project use Guile , which in the last release has
benefited from many optimizations I
looked around a bit and saw that already with the release of Guile 2.0,
developers had been offered support to replace the TinyScheme interpreter
with Guile
why then this was not happen?

Il giorno mer 22 lug 2020 alle ore 18:59 Kevin Cozens <kevin ve3syb ca> ha

On 2020-07-22 11:09 a.m., Shlomi Fish wrote:
In addition to Scheme and Python, there are C plugins and there was
gimp-perl in the past as well, and there can be others.

In addition to C plug-ins the list is: Scheme, Python, Perl, and Ruby. The
Ruby binding might be out-of-date and I also don't know how current is the
Perl binding.


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