Gimp can be extended and automated
by writing scripts in Scheme (a
programming langauge, closely related to LISP).
When preparing a few hundred images for www.naturfoto-haubner.de I needed that capability, but had to look for documentation of the most simple things (e.g. string handling) in many scattered places. Here I've put it together:
Documented in http://people.delphiforums.com/gjc/siod.html
(start looking from strbreakup).
The apply function is nice too, e.g. (apply string-append
(strbreakup s " "))
gimp --no-interface --batch '(lisp command1)'
'(lisp command 2)'
Special application: gimp -i -b '(fhaubner-batch-process) (gimp-quit
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