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gimp (1)
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  • Ключ gimp обнаружен в базе ключевых слов.
         gimp - an image manipulation and paint program.
         gimp [-h] [--help]  [-v]  [--version]  [-b]  [--batch  <com-
         mands>]  [-g] [--gimprc <gimprc>] [-n] [--no-interface] [-r]
         [--restore-session]   [--no-data]   [--verbose]   [--no-shm]
         [--no-xshm]      [--display      display]      [--no-splash]
         [--no-splash-image] [--debug-handlers]  [--console-messages]
         [--system-gimprc <gimprc>] [filename]...
         The GIMP is the GNU Image Manipulation Program. It  is  used
         to  edit  and  manipulate  images.  It  can  load and save a
         variety of image formats and can be used to convert  between
         Gimp can also be used as a paint program. It features a  set
         of  drawing and painting tools such as airbrush, clone, pen-
         cil, and paint brush. Painting  and  drawing  tools  can  be
         applied  to an image with a variety of paint modes.  It also
         offers an extensive array of selection tools like rectangle,
         ellipse,  fuzzy select, bezier select, intelligent scissors,
         and select by color.
         Gimp offers a variety of plugins that perform a  variety  of
         image manipulations.  Examples include bumpmap, edge detect,
         gaussian blur, and many others.
         In addition, Gimp  has  several  scripting  extension  which
         allow  for  advanced non-interactive processing and creation
         of images.
         The gimp accepts the following options:
         -h, --help
                 Display a list of all commandline options.
         -v, --version
                 Output the version info.
         -b, --batch <commands>
                 Execute the set of <commands> non-interactively. The
                 set  of  <commands>  is  typically  in the form of a
                 script that can be  executed  by  one  of  the  Gimp
                 scripting extensions.
         -g, --gimprc <gimprc>
                 Use an alternative gimprc  instead  of  the  default
                 one.  Useful in cases where plugins paths or machine
                 specs may be different.
         -i, --no-interface
                 Run without a user interface.
         -r, --restore-session
                 Try to restore saved session.
         -d, --no-data
                 Do  not  load  patterns,  gradients,  palettes,   or
                 brushes.  Often useful in non-interactive situations
                 where startup time is to be minimized.
                 Show startup messages.
                 Do not use shared memory between GIMP and  its  plu-
                 gins. Instead of using shared memory, GIMP will send
                 the data via pipe. This will result in  slower  per-
                 formance than using shared memory.
                 Do not use the X Shared Memory extension. If GIMP is
                 being  displayed on a remote X server, this probably
                 needs to be enabled. Also useful for  any  X  server
                 that  doesn't  properly  support the X shared memory
                 extension.  This will result in  slower  performance
                 than with X shared memory enabled.
         --display display
                 Use the designated X display.
         -s, --no-splash
                 Do not show the splash screen.
         -S, --no-splash-image
                 Do not show the splash screen image as part  of  the
                 splash screen.
                 Enable debugging signal handlers.
         -c, --console-messages
                 Do not popup dialog boxes  on  errors  or  warnings.
                 Print the messages on the console instead.
         --enable-stack-trace {never|query|always}
                 If a stack-trace should  be  generated  in  case  of
                 fatal signals.
         --system-gimprc <gimprc>
                 Use an alternate system gimprc file.
         DISPLAY to get the default host and display number.
                 to get the name of a resource  file  that  overrides
                 the  global resources stored in the RESOURCE_MANAGER
         Gimp's data files are  stored  in  ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2,
         where   ${prefix}  is  set  on  install,  but  is  typically
         /usr/local.  Gimp's  system-wide  configuration  files   are
         stored  in /opt/gnome/etc/gimp/1.2.  Most gimp configuration
         is  read  in  from  the  user's  init   file,   $HOME/.gimp-
         1.2/gimprc.    The    system    wide    equivalent   is   in
         /opt/gnome/etc/gimprc. The system wide file is parsed  first
         and  the  user  gimprc  can  override  the  system settings.
         /opt/gnome/etc/gimprc_user is the default gimprc  placed  in
         users' home directories the first time gimp is run.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/gtkrc - users set of gimp-specific GTK  con-
         fig  settings.  Options such as widget color and fonts sizes
         can be set here.
         /opt/gnome/etc/gimp/1.2/gtkrc - sytem wide  default  set  of
         gimp-specific GTK config settings.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/ideas - lists  all  images  that  have  been
         opened or saved using Gimp.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/menurc - user's set of keybindings.
         /opt/gnome/etc/gimp/1.2/menurc - system wide set of keybind-
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/parasiterc - Description  of  all  available
         gimp  parasites.  This  is  file is recreated everytime gimp
         starts up.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/sessionrc - This file takes session-specific
         info  (that  is  info,  you  want  to keep between two gimp-
         sessions). You are not supposed to edit it manually, but  of
         course  you  can  do.  This  file will be entirely rewritten
         every time you quit the gimp.  If  this  file  isn't  found,
         defaults are used.
         /opt/gnome/etc/gimp/1.2/unitrc - default user unit database.
         It  contains  the  unit definitions for centimeters, meters,
         feet, yards, typographic points and typographic picas and is
         placed  in users home directories the first time the gimp is
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/unitrc - This file contains your  user  unit
         database. You can modify this list with the unit editor. You
         are not supposed to edit it manually, but of course you  can
         do.   This  file  will  be entirely rewritten every time you
         quit the gimp.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/plug-ins - location of user  installed  plu-
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/pluginrc - plugin initialization values  are
         stored  here. This file is parsed on startup and regenerated
         if need be.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/modules  -  location   of   user   installed
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/tmp - default location  that  gimp  uses  as
         temporary space.
         ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2/brushes - system wide brush files.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/brushes - user created and  installed  brush
         files. These files are in the .gbr (gimp brush) format.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/generated_brushes -  Brushes  generated  and
         saved  from  the  brush  dialog. These files are in the .vbr
         (gimp vector brush) format.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/curves - Curve profiles and presets as saved
         from the Curves tool.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/gimpressionist - Presets  and  user  created
         brushes and papers are stored here.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/levels - Level profiles and presets as saved
         from the Levels tool.
         ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2/palettes - the system wide  palette
         files.  The  files are copied to the user palettes directory
         when gimp is first ran to  allow  the  user  to  modify  the
         palettes.  This  directory  is  not searched for palettes by
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/palettes -  copies  of  the  system  palette
         files as well as user created and modified palette files.
         ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2/patterns - basic  set  of  patterns
         for use in gimp.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/patterns - user created and  installed  gimp
         pattern files. This files are in the .pat format.
         ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2/gradients -  standard  system  wide
         set of gradient files.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/gradients - user created and installed  gra-
         dient files.
         ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2/scripts - system wide directory  of
         scripts used in Script-Fu and other scripting extensions.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/scripts  -  user   created   and   installed
         ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2/gflares  -  system  wide  directory
         used by the gflare plug-in.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/gflares - user created and installed  gflare
         ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2/gfig - system wide  directory  used
         by the gfig plug-in.
         $HOME/.gimp-1.2/gfig  -  user  created  and  installed  gfig
         ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2/gimp_splash.ppm - graphic file used
         for the gimp splash screen.
         ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2/gimp_logo.ppm - graphic  file  used
         in the Gimp about dialog.
         ${prefix}/share/gimp/1.2/tips/gimp_tips.txt - list  of  tips
         displayed  in  the  "Tip of the Day" dialog box. At the same
         place you will find files with tips in other languages.
         Copyright O  1995 Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis
         Permission  to  use,  copy,  modify,  and  distribute   this
         software  and  its documentation for any purpose and without
         fee is hereby granted, provided  that  the  above  copyright
         notice  appear  in  all  copies and that both that copyright
         notice and this permission notice appear in supporting docu-
         Any bugs found should be  reported  to  the  Gimp  Developer
         mailing  list  at or you may
         want to make use of the online bug-tracking system available
         on the web at or sub-
         mit    a    bug     report     to     the     system     via
         Before reporting bugs, please check to see  if  the  bug  is
         mentioned  in the FAQ's or the mailing list archive. See the
         section on Other Info for locations of these.
         When reporting Gimp bugs, it is important to include a reli-
         able  way  to reproduce the bug, version number of Gimp (and
         probably  GTK),  OS  name  and  version,  and  any  relevant
         hardware specs. It is also very important to include as much
         info as possible about the Xserver the problem was found  on
         including  at  least  server  name,  the visual, and the bit
         If a bug is causing a crash, it is very useful  if  a  stack
         trace can be provided. And of course, patches to rectify the
         bug are even better.
         The   canonical   place   to   find   GIMP   info   is    at  Here you can find links to just about
         every other gimp site, tutorials, data  sets,  mailing  list
         archives, and more.
         There  is   also   a   Gimp   User   Manual   available   at  that  goes  into  much  more detail
         about the interactive use of Gimp.
         The latest version of Gimp and the gtk libs is always avail-
         able at
         Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis.
         With patches, fixes, plugins, extensions, scripts,  transla-
         tions,  documentation, and more from lots and lots of people
         including but not limited to Lauri Alanko,  Shawn  Amundson,
         Sven  Anders,  Karl-Johan Andersson, John Beale, Zach Beane,
         Tom Bech,  Marc  Bless,  Edward  Blevins,  Reagan  Blundell,
         Xavier  Bouchoux,  Roberto  Boyd,  Stanislav  Brabec, Robert
         Brady, Hans Breuer, Simon Budig, Carey Bunks, Seth  Burgess,
         Brent  Burton,  Francisco  Bustamante,  Albert Cahalan, Sean
         Cier, Winston Chang, Kenneth Christiansen,  Zbigniew  Chyla,
         Ed  Connel,  Piers  Cornwell, Daniel Cotting, Jay Cox, Brian
         Degenhardt, Gert Dewit,  Andreas  Dilger,  Austin  Donnelly,
         Scott Draves, Daniel Dunbar, Misha Dynin, Daniel Egger, Mor-
         ton Eriksen, Larry  Ewing,  Nick  Fetchak,  Valek  Filippov,
         David  Forsyth,  Raphael  Francois,  Jochen  Friedrich, Sami
         Gerdt, Jim  Geuther,  Graeme  Gill,  Scott  Goehring,  Heiko
         Goller,  Marcelo  de  Gomensoro  Malheiros,  Pavel Grinfeld,
         Michael Hammel, Henrik Hansen, Ville Hautamaki,  James  Hen-
         stridge,  Eric  Hernes, David Hodson, Christoph Hoegl, Wolf-
         gang  Hofer,  Jan  Hubicka,  Andreas  Hyden,  Ben   Jackson,
         Krzysztof  Jakubowski,  Simon  Janes,  Tim  Janik,  Fellmann
         Joaquim,  Andrew  Kieschnick,  Peter  Kirchgessner,  Philipp
         Klaus,  David  Koblas,  Robert  L Krawitz, Tuomas Kuosmanen,
         Karin Kylander, Olof S Kylander, Karl La Rocca, Chris Lahey,
         Nick  Lamb, Marco Lamberto, Jens Lautenbacher, Laramie Leav-
         itt, Elliot Lee, Marc Lehmann, Ray Lehtiniemi, Raph  Levien,
         Wing  Tung  Leung,  Adrian Likins, Tor Lillqvist, Ingo Luet-
         kebohle, Josh MacDonald, Ed Mackey, Vidar Madsen, Ian  Main,
         Kjartan  Maraas,  Kelly  Martin,  Torsten  Martinsen, Gordon
         Matzigkeit, Gregory McLean,  Daniele  Medri,  Federico  Mena
         Quintero,  James Mitchell, Hirotsuna Mizuno, David Monniaux,
         Adam D Moss, Balazs Nagy,  Yukihiro  Nakai,  Sung-Hyun  Nam,
         Shuji  Narazaki,  Felix  Natter, Michael Natterer, Sven Neu-
         mann, Stephen Robert Norris, Tim Newsome, Erik Nygren, Tomas
         Ogren,  Miles  O'Neal,  Thom  van  Os, Garry R. Osgood, Alan
         Paeth, Jay Painter, Sergey Panov,  Asbjorn  Pettersen,  Mike
         Phillips,  Artur Polaczynski, Raphael Quinet, Tom Rathborne,
         Vincent Renardias, Jens  Restemeier,  Maurits  Rijk,  Daniel
         Risacher,  James Robinson, Tim Rowley, Pablo Saratxaga, Mike
         Schaeffer, John Schlag, Norbert Schmitz,  Thorsten  Schnier,
         Alexander  Schulz, Tracy Scott, Craig Setera, Aaron Sherman,
         Manish Singh, Daniel Skarda,  Nathan  Summers,  Mike  Sweet,
         Yuri  Syrota, Eiichi Takamori, Tristan Tarrant, Michael Tay-
         lor, Owen Taylor, Ian Tester,  Andy  Thomas,  Kevin  Turner,
         Martin  Weber, James Wang, Kris Wehner, Nigel Wetten, Calvin
         Williamson, Matthew Wilson, Shirasaki Yasuhiro.
         gimprc(5), gimptool(1), gimp-remote(1)

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