1) Drivers 1.1) Move drivers to libgnomeprint/drivers/[pdf,ps,fax] 1.2) Make them modular (like transports). 1.3) Supply --with-drivers=(...) option in configure.in 1.4) Clean up interfaces: Don't access the configuration directly. Implement everything using object properties. 1.5) Convert gnome-print-meta to a proper driver. 2) Transports 2.1) Move all transports into the libgnomeprint/transports subdirectory: - common (gnome-print-transport-[fd,pipe].[c,h]) - cups (derived from gnome-print-transport-fd) - file (derived from gnome-print-transport-fd) - custom (derived from gnome-print-transport-pipe) - lpr (derived from gnome-print-transport-pipe) 2.2) Supply --with-transports=(...) option in configure.in 2.3) Make transports read/write. That way, the PostScript and Meta driver would no longer need to implement the logic of creating temporary files - this would all be in gnome-print-transport (or in the transport itself if the transport does support it). 2.4) Split gnome-print-meta into a driver and a transport. 3) Filters 3.1) Add the possibility to apply user-defined filters to the meta data (like printing all pages onto one index page, selecting only odd pages, printing 'draft' on every page...). 3.2) Add a tab "Filter" to the gnome-print-dialog where users can apply stock filters or design their own ones. 4) Print Preview 4.1) Augment the mouse pointer with a representation of the objects being dragged. (HIG)
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