Using photoshop plugins with Gimp?
verm at darkbeer.org
Fri Sep 29 22:03:47 PDT 2006
On 2006-09-29 03:55 +0200, pfgshield-freebsd at yahoo.com wrote:
> --- Tom McLaughlin <tmclaugh at sdf.lonestar.org> ha scritto:
> > Why emulation? Why doesn't an interested person build it from src and
> > do a port for it? Source is available on the site.
> That was my initial thought also, unfortunately, to build the source you also
> need the Photoshop SDK, and it's getting difficult to find. More information is
> If anyone has an older version of Photoshop (less or equal to 6.0), building a
> native pspi would be a nice way of contributing to FreeBSD.
I tried it out last night (I managed to dig up an old PS6 CD) it actually works
quite well!.. Pretty much every filter I tried worked without a single hitch.
I'm on current at the moment and I can build binaries for 4,5,7 (no 6 but i'm
sure I could borrow someone's machine for a few mins to handle this)
When I eventually find time I'll make a port for it that will install the binary
versions later on at some point I'll add an option to build from source if
people have the PS6 SDK.
I'm not sure how feasible distributing a binary version would be (yet), since:
verm at peach# LD_LIBRARY_PATH=. ldd pspi.exe.so |wc -l
May cause a lot of issues, it just requires wine+gimp, however I havn't tried to
see how portible it is between versions of the gimp.
More information about the freebsd-ports