Print Dialog: Add support for the Common Print Dialog Backends (CPDB)
B20251 Kushagra Sharma
b20251 at students.iitmandi.ac.in
Sun May 28 21:21:58 UTC 2023
I am kushagra sharma, I have been selected for GSoC'23. I am eager to add
CPDB support to LibreOffice and would appreciate your approval to proceed
with coding phase,by initiating the coding process promptly we can ensure a
seamless integration of CPDB under GSoC's scheduled timeframe. Please feel
free to share your thoughts on this project as we value your input and are
committed work closely with you and deliver best possible outcome. It
would be great help if i could have a mentor that can help me understand
currently used print dialog in LibreOffice. Hoping for a kind consideration.
thanks and regards
On Fri, Apr 7, 2023 at 1:12 AM Caolán McNamara <caolanm at redhat.com> wrote:
> On the technical side the things to look at might be:
> a) The existing PrinterCapType::ExternalDialog "capability" which might
> mesh with the concept here, which is used (in some circumstance
> apparently) on macOS; git grep ExternalDialog vcl
> b) The now removed (since migration from gtk2 to gtk3) experimental
> integration to use the gtk print dialog. This was removed in commit
> 1ae450504cf57457f9702684b1517fda1dd3c481 but might be worth a look as
> something similar.
> FWIW back in that experimental gtk2 print dialog, one of the nuisances
> (and whose equivalent problem can be seen in a current version
> gnumeric) is that for spreadsheet printing the selection of sheets to
> print and/or cells couldn't be placed in proximity with the built in
> page ranges. In gnumeric, using the standard gtk dialog, they are
> placed a little awkwardly in a third tab, while in the LibreOffice non-
> standard dialog they are grouped into the "range and copies" category.
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