Re: How to pass file to gnome_print?

So does this mean, that an application cannot use gnome print dialog
to print the contents of its files?
Say I am writing a text editor and I use my special file format but I
can convert into PS and then send it using gnome print dialog to the
Do I need to create my own print dialog in this case?
Moreover then what is the scenario for usage of gnome print dialog....

I am sorry if I am missing something, but its not clear to me......
Also there is this function:
void     gnome_print_job_set_file (GnomePrintJob *job, gchar *input);
which used to let me set the file to print FROM.

Why has this been put in ifdef????

Is there any other standard way of doing so?


On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 06:59:47 +0100, Lutz Müller
<lutz users sourceforge net> wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-03-17 at 10:56 +0530, Mohit Kumar wrote:
> > 1. To call a gnome -print API which will convert this into PS using
> > the options provided by the user. In this case which API should I call
> > to "pass" the file as a parameter to it?
> libgnomeprint does not provide this feature. libgnomeprint can only be
> used to construct files using the [gnome_print_moveto,lineto...]
> functions.
> Regards 
> -- 
> Lutz Müller <lutz users sourceforge net>

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