...Anyway, I understand you want sometimes to use '-gimp_' commands, when there are no easy equivalent as non '-gimp_...' commands. In that case, it's probably good to copy/paste the definition of the used '-gimp_..' command into a new named command (let say '-dinasset_...' for instance), and store all these used commands in a .gmic file that would be included during the G'MIC pipeline (with command '-command').
This would ensure you keep your own version of the '-gimp_...' command you are using.
May I "revert" your suggestion so that:
- when there is a need to change a gimp_... command the old version is copied into an official "backstage" thesaurus of commands always included, as you say, when gmic is loaded.
This is not "dinasset" specific, but a requirement fo any script coder who wants (likes) to use G'MIC inside a new gimp filter.
By saving the old command into this new and available for everybody set of previous commands
, all filters can be easily amended when necessary by the author(s).