Jody Goldberg wrote:|
No. What I meant was than since gnome-cups-manager and libgnomecups wereOn Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 10:51:59PM +0100, Ghee Teo wrote:Also, what about printman?Let it wither on the vine ?I think gnome-cups-manager has really been designed with libgnomecups, is that that making gnome-cups-manager to work well better than getting printman going?I'm having trouble parsing that question. Is the issue how gnome-cups-manager will handle backend's other than cups ?
designed/implemented at the same time, they works better than trying to retrofit printman :)
The other thing I have been thinking about also:
- gnome-cups-manager provides a printers view GUI that do two things together:
o Print Queues Administration
o Print Jobs Management
Whereas printman only provides
o Print Jobs management (apart from it can set default printer, list of printers of interest)
One might argue that gnome-cups-manager is bad in providing the 2 functionalities
at one but it can be argued the other way.