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I followed steps in, installing following 32-bits installers: GIMP 2.6.11, Python 2.6.6, PyGtk all-in-one.

Gimp recognized Python and PyGtk were installed in computer and now shows that option on Tools menu.

But when I tried to run this script in , line-by-line, I got some errors in commands below.

Any idea how to solve that?

    have_gimp11 = gimp.major_version > 1 or \
      gimp.major_version == 1 and gimp.minor_version >= 1


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which gimp version you are using? – Jack Jul 28 '11 at 4:42
the version is 2.6.11 – kokbira Jul 28 '11 at 5:07
The actual error is always important. – horatio Jul 28 '11 at 13:46
yeah. I'll reproduce in my home and post later... – kokbira Jul 28 '11 at 14:46
Migrate to Super User? – Farray Jul 29 '11 at 14:50

according to me its related to version please check this documentation

Sorry if you don't find this answers useful :|

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The first link appears to be more useful, since the second one points to a copy of example given in the first... I'll test in my home... – kokbira Jul 28 '11 at 12:47

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