Look! A tiny TARDIS-powered release, as if we were a few years back, when Perl was hype! It’s called IPC::GimpFu and abstracts talking to Gimp’s script-fu server, making it possible to run a few commands/scripts without having to care too much about Gimp’s start-up time, and without having to deal manually with the script-fu server protocol.

At the moment, it was mainly tested against a local server, and without caring much about the reply (there’s the nasty #583778 anyway), and it needs some polishing to make reports from CPAN testers greener…

Source is at http://git.mraw.org/ (git clone git://git.mraw.org/ipc-gimpfu).

More on the reasons why I needed this module and those Gimp filters in a later post.