Commit 6b9e2fa9 authored by Sebastian Sauer's avatar Sebastian Sauer
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also change there the install-target.

svn path=/trunk/koffice/; revision=601154
parent 6fb6620b
install(FILES scripts.rc DESTINATION ${DATA_INSTALL_DIR}/krita/scripts)
install(FILES
install.rc
pilexport.py pilimport.py pilimport.ui
invert.py invert.rb
randompaint.rb
......@@ -7,4 +8,4 @@ install(FILES
changecs.rb
reshapehisto.py
torture-painting.rb torture-filters.rb
DESTINATION ${DATA_INSTALL_DIR}/krita/scripts/default)
DESTINATION ${DATA_INSTALL_DIR}/krita/scripts/extensions)
......@@ -5,69 +5,69 @@
text="Python Imaging Library Import"
comment="Import images with the Python Imaging Library (PIL)"
interpreter="python"
file="pilimport.py" />
file="extensions/pilimport.py" />
<script
name="pilexport"
text="Python Imaging Library Export"
comment="Export images with the Python Imaging Library (PIL)"
interpreter="python"
file="pilexport.py" />
file="extensions/pilexport.py" />
<script
name="rbinvert"
text="Invert with Ruby"
comment="Invert the pixel of an image with Ruby"
interpreter="ruby"
file="invert.rb" />
file="extensions/invert.rb" />
<script
name="pyinvert"
text="Invert with Python"
comment="Invert the pixel of an image with Python"
interpreter="python"
file="invert.py" />
file="extensions/invert.py" />
<script
name="rbrandompaint"
text="Random painting"
comment="Demonstrate how to use the Painter scripting API and paint random shape on screen"
interpreter="ruby"
file="randompaint.rb" />
file="extensions/randompaint.rb" />
<script
name="rbfilterstest"
text="Filters test"
comment="Test of filters in a ruby-scripting"
interpreter="ruby"
file="filterstest.rb" />
file="extensions/filterstest.rb" />
<script
name="rbchangecs"
text="Change colorspace"
comment="Demonstrate how to change the colorspace in a script"
interpreter="ruby"
file="changecs.rb" />
file="extensions/changecs.rb" />
<script
name="pyreshapehisto"
text="Reshape Histogram"
comment="It's an experimental script to try to reshape histogram, while the results are far to be convincing yet it is still an example on how to use histogram in a script."
interpreter="python"
file="reshapehisto.py" />
file="extensions/reshapehisto.py" />
<script
name="rbtorturepainting"
text="Torture Krita with painting"
comment="Paint on an image and create multiple layers"
interpreter="ruby"
file="torture-painting.rb" />
file="extensions/torture-painting.rb" />
<script
name="rbtorturefilters"
text="Torture Krita with filters"
comment="Test all filters with all colorspaces"
interpreter="ruby"
file="torture-filters.rb" />
file="extensions/torture-filters.rb" />
</KrossScripting>
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