[Gnome-print] Re: Apps using gnome-print

gedit and ghex.

( probably in the near future: pan, gIDE and gnome-db )

I was planning on doing a gnome-print webpage and I wanted
to include, among other things, the apps that are using it.


Lauris Kaplinski wrote:
> Hello,
> Can anybody suggest more apps using gnome-print-preview and/or
> bonobo-print, aside gnumeric, eog and sodipodi? I would want to test out
> new bpath and new rendering contexts, but haven't found much to test
> with...
> Plus:
> Are there any reason, gnome-print-xxx methods do not test the presence of
> applicable method, i.e.
> if (GNOME_PRINT_CONTEXT_CLASS (((GtkObject *) pc)->klass)->xxx)
>         GNOME_PRINT_CONTEXT_CLASS (((GtkObject *) pc)->klass)->xxx)(args)
> I can imagine context not implementing many methods (plotters and cutters
> for example), and it seems unnecessary to fill such classes with empty
> functions simply to avoid segfaults.
> Plus:
> Shouldn't gnome_print_textline be actually implemented as wrapper? Or at
> least have wrapper, so if object class does not support it, we can
> render it using gsave/grestore/concat/setfont etc...
> Regards,
> Lauris
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