Unix‎ > ‎Solaris‎ > ‎Solaris man pages‎ > ‎1‎ > ‎

gimptool-2.0


NAME
     gimptool-2.0 - script to perform various GIMPy functions

SYNOPSIS
     gimptool-2.0 [--prefix[=DIR]] [--exec-prefix[=DIR]]  [--ver-
     sion]  [--help]  [--quiet]  [--silent]  [-n]  [--just-print]
     [--dry-run] [--recon] [--bindir] [--sbindir]  [--libexecdir]
     [--datadir]  [--sysconfdir]  [--sharedstatedir] [--localsta-
     tedir]  [--libdir]  [--infodir]  [--mandir]   [--includedir]
     [--gimpplugindir]   [--gimpdatadir]  [--libs]  [--libs-noui]
     [--cflags] [--cflags-noi] [--build plug-in.c] [--build-strip
     plug-in.c] [--install plug-in.c] [--install-strip plug-in.c]
     [--install-admin    plug-in.c]    [--install-bin    plug-in]
     [--install-admin-strip    plug-in.c]    [--install-bin-strip
     plug-in]  [--install-admin-bin  plug-in]   [--install-script
     script.scm]        [--install-admin-script       script.scm]
     [--uninstall-bin  plug-in]  [--uninstall-admin-bin  plug-in]
     [--uninstall-script   script.scm]  [--uninstall-admin-script
     script.scm]



DESCRIPTION
     gimptool-2.0 is a tool that can, among other  things,  build
     plug-ins or scripts and install them if they are distributed
     in one source file.

     gimptool-2.0 can also be used by programs that need to  know
     what  libraries  and  include-paths  GIMP was compiled with.
     This is especially useful in Makefiles.


OPTIONS
     gimptool-2.0 accepts the following options:

     --version
             Print the currently installed version of GIMP on the
             standard output.

     --help  Print out the help blurb, showing commonly used com-
             mandline options.

     --quiet Run quietly without echoing any of  the  build  com-
             mands.

     --silent
             Run silently without echoing any of the  build  com-
             mands. Same as --quiet.

     -n      Test mode. Print the  commands  but  don't  actually
             execute  them.  Useful for making dry runs for test-
             ing.

     --just-print
             Test mode. Print the  commands  but  don't  actually
             execute them. Same as -n.

     --dry-run
             Test mode. Print the  commands  but  don't  actually
             execute them. Same as -n.

     --recon Test mode. Print the  commands  but  don't  actually
             execute them. Same as -n.

     --bindir
             Outputs the bindir used to install the GIMP.

     --sbindir
             Outputs the sbindir used to install the GIMP.

     --libexecdir
             Outputs the libexecdir used to install the GIMP.

     --datadir
             Outputs the datadir used to install the GIMP.

     --sysconfdir
             Outputs the sysconfdir used to install the GIMP.

     --sharedstatedir
             Outputs the sharedstatedir used to install the GIMP.

     --localstatedir
             Outputs the localstatedir used to install the GIMP.

     --libdir
             Outputs the libdir used to install the GIMP.

     --infodir
             Outputs the infodir used to install the GIMP.

     --mandir
             Outputs the mandir used to install the GIMP.

     --includedir
             Outputs the includedir used to install the GIMP.

     --gimpdatadir
             Outputs the actual directory  where  the  GIMP  data
             files were installed.

     --gimpplugindir
             Outputs the actual directory where the GIMP  plugins
             were installed.

     --build plug-in.c
             Compile and link plug-in.c into a GIMP plug-in.

     --build-strip plug-in.c
             Compile,link, and strip plug-in.c into a GIMP  plug-
             in.

     --install plug-in.c
             Compile, link, and install plug-in.c into the user's
             personal   GIMP   plug-in   directory  ($HOME/.gimp-
             2.0/plug-ins)

     --install-strip plug-in.c
             Compile, link,strip, and install plug-in.c into  the
             user's     personal     GIMP    plug-in    directory
             ($HOME/.gimp-2.0/plug-ins)

     --install-admin plug-in.c
             Compile,  link,  and  install  plug-in.c  into   the
             system-wide       GIMP       plug-in       directory
             (/usr/sfw/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins)

     --install-bin plug-in
             Install plug-in into the user's personal GIMP  plug-
             in directory ($HOME/.gimp-2.0/plug-ins)

     --install-admin-bin plug-in
             Install plug-in into the  system-wide  GIMP  plug-in
             directory (/usr/sfw/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins)

     --install-bin-strip plug-in
             Install stripped plug-in into  the  user's  personal
             GIMP plug-in directory ($HOME/.gimp-2.0/plug-ins)

     --install-admin-bin-strip plug-in
             Install stripped plug-in into the  system-wide  GIMP
             plug-in directory (/usr/sfw/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins)

     --install-script script.scm
             Install script.scm into  the  user's  personal  GIMP
             script directory ($HOME/.gimp-2.0/scripts)

     --install-admin-script script.scm
             Install script.scm into the system-wide GIMP  script
             directory (${prefix}/share/gimp/2.0/scripts)

     --uninstall-bin plug-in
             Uninstall plug-in  from  the  user's  personal  GIMP
             plug-in directory ($HOME/.gimp-2.0/plug-ins)

     --uninstall-admin-bin plug-in
             Uninstall plug-in from the system-wide GIMP  plug-in
             directory (/usr/sfw/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins)

     --uninstall-script script.scm
             Uninstall script.scm from the user's  personal  GIMP
             script directory ($HOME/.gimp-2.0/scripts)

     --uninstall-admin-script script.scm
             Uninstall  script.scm  from  the  system-wide   GIMP
             script directory (${prefix}/share/gimp/2.0/scripts)

     --libs  Print the linker flags that are necessary to link  a
             GIMP plug-in.

     --libs-noui
             Print the linker flags that are necessary to link  a
             GIMP  plug-in,  for  plugins that do not require the
             GTK libs.

     --cflags
             Print the compiler flags that are necessary to  com-
             pile a GIMP plug-in.

     --clags-noui
             Print the compiler flags that are necessary to  com-
             pile  a GIMP plug-in for plugins that do not require
             the GTK libs.

     --prefix=PREFIX
             If specified, use PREFIX instead of the installation
             prefix  that  GIMP was built with when computing the
             output for the --cflags  and  --libs  options.  This
             option   is   also  used  for  the  exec  prefix  if
             --exec-prefix was not specified. This option must be
             specified before any --libs or --cflags options.

     --exec-prefix=PREFIX
             If specified, use PREFIX instead of the installation
             exec  prefix that GIMP was built with when computing
             the output for the --cflags and --libs options. This
             option  must  be  specified  before  any  --libs  or
             --cflags options.


ENVIRONMENT
     CC      to get the name of the desired C compiler.

     CFLAGS  to get the preferred flags to pass to the C compiler
             for plug-in building.

     DESTDIR to add a prefix to the install/uninstall path.

     LDFLAGS to get  the  preferred  flags  for  passing  to  the
             linker.

     LIBS    for passing extra libs that may  be  needed  in  the
             build process. For example, LIBS=-lintl .

     PKG_CONFIG
             to get the location of the pkg-config  program  used
             to determine details about your glib, pango and gtk+
             installation.


SEE ALSO
     gimp(1), gimprc(5), pkg-config(1)


AUTHORS
     gimptool was written by Manish Singh (yosh@gimp.org) and  is
     based on gtk-config by Owen Taylor (owen@gtk.org).

     This   man   page   was   written    by    Ben    Gertzfield
     (che@debian.org),    and    tweaked    by    Manish    Singh
     (yosh@gimp.org), Adrian Likins  (adrian@gimp.org)  and  Marc
     Lehmann (pcg@goof.com>).










Man pages from Solaris 10 Update 8. See docs.sun.com and www.oracle.com for further documentation and Solaris information.
Comments