[Printing-architecture] CUPS 1.7rc1 now live

Michael Sweet msweet at apple.com
Fri Jul 12 23:08:10 UTC 2013

Just email the translations to me directly and I'll be happy to merge the changes.

On 2013-07-12, at 2:04 AM, Naruhiko Ogasawara <naruoga at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Mike,
> Thanks for working new CUPS 1.7; lots of improvement about IPP related features.
> Anyway, I just checked cups_ja.po of CUPS 1.7rc1 and 147 untranslated messages
> (because of ipptool improvement and new ippfind tool?).
> I've not checked web template files yet but they might have a new messages.
> So we, Japanese localization team should start to translate, but how do we do?
> CUPS web page is still temporary and no forum we have.
> Where is a good place to send our translation result to you?  In this list?
> Thanks,
> 2013/7/12 Michael Sweet <msweet at apple.com>:
>> Not just one CUPS release but two!
>> CUPS 1.7rc1 is our first release candidate for CUPS 1.7.0 and includes the
>> fixes from CUPS 1.6.3, adds a new ippfind utility, fixes some issues in the
>> ipptool utility, and fixes some general printing bugs. Changes include:
>> • Printer xxx-default values were not reported by Get-Printer-Attributes or
>> lpoptions (<rdar://problem/14401795>)
>> • Fixed deprecation warnings for many functions on OS X so they are tied to
>> the deployment version when building (<rdar://problem/14210079>)
>> • Fixed a build issue on ARM-based Linux systems - unable to validate
>> va_list arguments.
>> • Added a new ippfind tool for finding IPP printers and other Bonjour
>> services (<rdar://problem/13876199>)
>> • Fixed some issues with conversion of PWG media size names to hundredths of
>> millimeters (<rdar://problem/14065748>)
>> • The IPP backend could crash on OS X when printing to a Kerberized printer
>> (<rdar://problem/14040186>)
>> • The ipptool program now automatically extends timeouts when the output
>> buffer is filled (<rdar://problem/14016099>)
>> • The ipptool program now supports the --help and --version options.
>> • The ipptool program did not continue past include file errors by default
>> (<rdar://problem/13875803>)
>> • The ipptool program now supports FILE-ID and TEST-ID directives and
>> includes their values in its XML output (<rdar://problem/13876038>)
>> • The ipptool program now supports WITH-HOSTNAME, WITH-RESOURCE, and
>> WITH-SCHEME expect predicates to compare the corresponding URI components
>> (<rdar://problem/13876091>)
>> Enjoy!
> --
> Naruhiko Ogasawara (naruoga at gmail.com)

Michael Sweet, Senior Printing System Engineer, PWG Chair

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