joakim.andreasson at gmx.net
Fri Mar 28 16:00:32 CET 2003
On Fri, 28 Mar 2003 14:43:59 +0100
Benedikt Meurer <Benedikt.Meurer at unix-ag.uni-siegen.de> wrote:
> On Thu, 27, Mar 2003, Olivier Fourdan wrote:
> > > But since I still use lpr (and besides that I like lpr more than
> > > CUPS in some ways), I see no good solution for the
> > > joblisting/killing feature. We could call lpq frequently, but
> > > thats a bad solution.
> > Not necessarly *that* bad, looks quite reasonable.
> > Much check that lpq doesn't hang though (I've seen lpq hanging when
> > the printer queue is not good)
> Hm, might be an option. I'll check that next week.
> > > BTW: A different issue: I'd really like to see xfce using catgets
> > > instead of gettext for two reasons: a) catgets is POSIX standard
> > > (gettext is simply a SunOS/Solaris thang) and b) the gettext
> > > backend is slow and ugly (and you can easily run into problems
> > > with that) whereas catgets has a simply and fast backend. Just to
> > > mention: catgets is still not an optimal solution, but its a
> > > better solution than gettext (especially GNU gettext) from my
> > > point of view.
> > gtk+ uses gettext anyway, so you'll have to deal with it.
> (Not to mention, that I'd like to see XFce switching to Motif :-)
Hehe, Xfce 5.0 now ported to the industry standard toolkit Motif! Now I
guess I can think of at least one person that that would satisfy...
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