I’m working on a project, similar to my random expression generator, that will generate entirely random gmic pipelines. (Math expressions were proving entirely too slow and not too useful). As a result, I have begun work on a system that allows me to programmatically catalog commands in order to resolve their parameters randomly. Current results are as follows:
gmic +lorem 955 blur z,65.7%,0,1
gmic +lorem 482 blur xzy,74.784%,1,0
gmic +lorem 469 blur yxy,27.37,0,1
gmic +lorem 98,177 blur cyzc,60.479%,1,0
gmic +lorem 973 blur 77.966,3,1
gmic +lorem 955 blur 99.722,0,0
gmic +lorem 682,35 blur xc,28.663,2,1
gmic +lorem 882,162 blur y,23.99,3,1
gmic +lorem 662,310 blur z,47.488,1,1
gmic +lorem 714,536 blur 60.239,3,1
I figure that this script would be very useful for someone testing out their custom processing commands and for people who just generally want to explore the possibilities of a command.
Is this a standalone utility anyone would be interested in?
The script is very much in its infancy and would still need a GUI to effectively insert command definitions, so this wouldn’t be something on the near horizon. I’m just trying to gauge interest to see if I should focus on it more; if anyone had suggestions, those would also be useful.