Re: [gnome-print] Where to start

On Wed, 2002-05-29 at 23:03, Biswapesh Chattopadhyay wrote:
> On Thu, 2002-05-30 at 01:14, Chema Celorio wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > See the examples directory in libgnomeprint HEAD. That is a good
> > starting point. They are not as complete as i'd like them to be but are
> > half way there.
> > 
> > Do you want to learn the Gnome Print objects and interaction with them
> > or the drawing methods (Postscript)?
> I simply want to print syntax highlighted source files for Anjuta, so I
> guess that would entail learning a little bit of both, but more of the
> latter. For the time being, I've simply copied the necessary code from
> the GEdit source code and made the necessary modifications. It seems to
> work fine so far, but I'm currently printing plain text. I'll give
> syntax highlighting a go next.


> BTW, *some* API docs would be nice - isn't there a way to generate them
> automatically (using Doxygen/gtk-doc, etc.) and make them available
> online (preferably as a Devhelp book, I've become addicted to Devhelp
> lately).

Yep, this is planned. I'll do it soon.

> Another thing - I've been using Valgrind (an awesome application BTW,
> check it out at ) and it gives
> hundreds of warnings about memory problems when using the Gnome Print
> methods (I'm using version 0.35). Someone might want to check it out -
> you won't regret it - that's a promise !

Ok, it would be good to run it in HEAD because there aren't any plans of
making big changes to the stable branch at this point.


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