[Printing-architecture] IN 10 MINUTES: OP US/Europe - Tuesday 16 August 2011

Tim Waugh twaugh at redhat.com
Wed Aug 17 09:11:25 UTC 2011


On Tue, 2011-08-16 at 20:08 +0200, Till Kamppeter wrote:
> Thank you. Using pyppd-compressed PPD archives the listing of the PPD 
> files take well less than a second on my computer and extracting the 
> mentioned PPD file takes the same order of magnitude of time as SQLite.
> 
> For most CUPS users the pyppd solution is the best due to the speed.

I'm not sure I really understand the purpose of pyppd.  Is it just to
save disk space?  CUPS implements its own fast indexing of PPD files, so
performance seems to be covered there.

Tim.
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