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QTCUPS

QTCUPS is composed of 2 parts: a development library which allows developers to support CUPS in Qt applications quite easily (it provides a "QCupsPrinter" class similar to "QPrinter") and a CUPS frontend (to be used as an "lpr" replacement) with a very intuitive and user-friendly graphical interface which allows users to select a printer, change printer settings (and save them), and configure print jobs (copies, order, text options, image options, paper type, etc.).

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  •  26 Jan 2001 21:11

    Release Notes: This release adds banner support, new icons for PPD options, translation support (with an included French translation), and resizeable dialogs. This release only supports Qt 2; users of Qt 1.x should upgrade to version 1.2 (released at the same time).

    •  26 Jan 2001 21:10

      Release Notes: Banner support and new icons in PPD options. This is the last release supporting Qt 1.x; users of Qt 2 should upgrade directly to QtCUPS-2.0 (released at the same time). This is only a backwards-compatibility release.

      •  27 Sep 2000 10:51

        Release Notes: This release adds support for numerical options introduced by CUPS-O-MATIC driver files, and some new icons for remote or stopped printers.

        •  18 Aug 2000 16:32

          Release Notes: This release adds Qt-2 support, conflicts checking enhancement, and some minor bugfixes and improvements. QTCUPS can still be compiled with Qt-1.

          •  10 Aug 2000 15:17

            Release Notes: This release adds a new PPD configuration widget, classes support, "lpr"-like syntax, the possibility to read from stdin (this allows you to use qtcups from other programs like Netscape), PPD constraints support, an image tab layout change, and some small improvements and bugfixes.

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