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Re: Printing from modern Emacsen

From: Kenichi Handa
Subject: Re: Printing from modern Emacsen
Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2006 17:06:58 +0900
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In article <address@hidden>, "Robert J. Chassell" <address@hidden> writes:

> Happily, `gv' provided this, 

>     Version/Revision: 3010/81501
>     LanguageLevel:  3
>     Type42 font is supported,
>     with incremental glyph-data definition.

> However, my HP-DeskJet-932C running CUPS simply printed the file as if
> it were plain text -- i.e., it printed lines such as `50 200 moveto'
> -- both from Emacs using `M-x lpr-buffer' and from a command line.

Ah, that's because the new check code I sent started with
this line:
It should start with this line:
to make CUPS understand that is not a text file but a
PostScript file and thus should invoke gs to generate a
proper image data for HP-DeskJet-932C.

> My printer should have been able to print your sample file.
> I just printed a test page for the CUPS software that said

>     PostScript: Level 3

>     Version: 3010 (81501)

>     Product: ESP Ghostscript

>     Serial #: 42

> Also, `gv' displayed the test page.

Do you mean that you can now print my sample file CORRECTLY
(perhaps after fixing some CUPS configulation)?

Kenichi Handa

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