Gimp and gimp-print (and other Gimp issues)
Yves de Champlain
yves at macports.org
Sun Sep 16 06:57:41 PDT 2007
Le 07-09-14 à 09:23, Stefan Bruda a écrit :
First of all, thanks for your comments. Gimp will soon hit 2.4.0 and
if anything is wrong, now is the time to find it.
> At 22:10 -0400 on 2007-9-13 Yves de Champlain wrote:
>>> The latest Gimp (2.4.1) does not seem to go along well with gimp-
>>> Whenever I attempt to print something I get a bus error in
>>> /opt/local/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/print. Last time I checked (with
>>> 2.2.17) printing was no problem at all. Is there any trick I am
>>> How does one print? Could it be that this all happens because the
>>> Gimp port if for a release candidate?
>> I'm not sure about this. Do you have gimp-print installed ?
> Yes. Works well with gimp 2.2.17.
gimp-print is deprecated. gutenprint is the new version (and new
name) of gimp-print, so you should uninstall it.
>> The print plugin is part of gimp itself. It would be easier if I
>> had some output of this.
> I am not sure what kind of output to provide. The print plugin just
> /opt/local/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/print: fatal error: Bus error
> In the logs I get a somewhat longish description of what looks like a
> good ol' segmentation violation (log included below). I have rebuilt
> gimp-print by the way, just to make sure that there is no library
> confusion. Now that I am looking at it, I also note that the jp2
> plugin has problems:
> dyld: Library not loaded: libopenjpeg-184.108.40.206.dylib
> Referenced from: /opt/local/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/jp2
> Reason: image not found
> although libopenjpeg-220.127.116.11.dylib does exist:
> < godel:~ > ll /opt/local/lib/libopenjpeg-18.104.22.168.dylib
> -rwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 130592 Aug 11 12:59 /opt/local/lib/
This looks like a problem I thought was fixed ... can you send me
the output of
otool -L /opt/local/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/jp2
> Now that I further look at it, I note too that I can open the dialog
> of "Print with Gutenprint" (haven't tried to actually print with it
> yet but it will probably work).
> Finally, I also note that my Python-fu menu is gone (although gimp2 is
> indeed compiled with +python) and Script-fu contains few entries (only
> the four plugins that I added manually, the stock ones are gone). Is
> this normal?
I can't answer that yet because I'm right now struggling with RC2
which has it's own problems, one of which is that there is no menu
anymore !!!???!!! I know python-fu menu has been removed. I think
everything is now in the "filter" menu. Does that makes sense ?
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