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Common UNIX Printing System 1.3.6

CUPS 1.3.6 is now available for download from the CUPS web site:    http://www.cups.org/software.phpThe new release fixes some platform-specific build problems, web interface issues, PDF and PostScript filter option handling, and a number of minor bugs discovered during routine code audits.Changes include: …

Common UNIX Printing System 1.2.11
<P>CUPS 1.2.11 is now available for download from the CUPS web site at:</P><PRE>    <A HREF="http://www.cups.org/software.php">http://www.cups.org/software.php</A></PRE><P>CUPS 1.2.11 fixes several build system, printing, PPD, and IPP conformance issues. It also fixes a crash bug in the scheduler when printing to files in non-existent directories. Changes include:</P> …
CUPS 1.2.8
<P>CUPS 1.2.8 is now available for download from the CUPS web site at:</P><PRE>    <A HREF="http://www.cups.org/software.php">http://www.cups.org/software.php</A></PRE><P>CUPS 1.2.8 adds a French localization, updates the Japanese and Spanish localizations, and fixes several web interface, printing, and networking bugs. Changes include:</P> …
Jipsi 0.1.2

Jipsi is an implementation of the Java Print Service to communicate with cups over IPP.

Common UNIX Printing System 1.1.19
<P><B>Hollywood, MD (May 27, 2003) -- Easy Software Productstoday announced the 1.1.19 release of the Common UNIX PrintingSystem ("CUPS"), an IPP/1.1-based printing system forUNIX®<P>CUPS 1.1.19 fixes a denial-of-service attack vulnerability andadds support for fast reconfiguration, option retension anddefaulting when adding and modifying printers, binary PostScriptprinting, fax device features, custom web applications via CGI,PHP, Java, and Python, and simple scripting support for Java,Perl, and PHP.  The new release also contains bug fixesincluding the LPD printing and Solaris signal handling bugs.CUPS is available at:<UL><PRE><A HREF="http://www.cups.org/">http://www.cups.org/<P>CUPS provides a portable printing layer for UNIX®-basedoperating systems. It has been developed by<A HREF="http://www.easysw.com/">Easy Software Products topromote a standard printing solution for all UNIX vendors andusers. CUPS provides the System V and Berkeley command-lineinterfaces.<P>CUPS uses the Internet Printing Protocol ("IPP") as the basisfor managing print jobs and queues. The Line Printer Daemon("LPD") Server Message Block ("SMB"), and AppSocket (a.k.a.JetDirect) protocols are also supported with reducedfunctionality. CUPS adds network printer browsing and PostScriptPrinter Description ("PPD") based printing options to supportreal-world printing under UNIX.<P>CUPS includes an image file RIP that supports printing of imagefiles to non-PostScript printers.  A customized version of GNUGhostscript 7.05 for CUPS called ESP Ghostscript is availableseparately to support printing of PostScript files within theCUPS driver framework.  Sample drivers for Dymo, EPSON, HP, andOKIDATA printers are included that use these filters.<P>Drivers for thousands of printers are provided with our ESPPrint Pro software, available at:<UL><PRE><A HREF="http://www.easysw.com/printpro/">http://www.easysw.com/printpro/<P>CUPS is licensed under the GNU General Public License and GNULibrary General Public License.  Please contact<A HREF="mailto:info at easysw.com">Easy Software Products forcommercial support and "binary distribution" rights.
Common UNIX Printing System 1.1.19rc5
<P>The fifth release candidate for version 1.1.19 of the CommonUNIX Printing System ("CUPS") is now available for download fromthe CUPS web site at:<PRE>    <A HREF="http://www.cups.org/software.php">http://www.cups.org/software.php<P>In accordance with the CUPS Configuration Management Plan,you now have until Tuesday, May 27th to test this releasecandidate to determine if there are any high-priority problemsand report them using the Software Trouble Report form at:<PRE>    <A HREF="http://www.cups.org/str.php">http://www.cups.org/str.php<P>Reports sent to the CUPS newsgroups or mailing lists are notautomatically entered into the trouble report database and willnot influence the final production release of 1.1.19, so it isvery important that you report any problems you identify usingthe form.<P>CUPS 1.1.19 adds support for fast reconfiguration, optionretension and defaulting when adding and modifying printers,binary PostScript printing, fax device features, custom webapplications via CGI, PHP, Java, and Python, and simplescripting support for Java, Perl, and PHP.  The new release alsocontains bug fixes including the LPD printing and Solaris signalhandling bugs.<P>Changes in CUPS v1.1.19rc5:<UL> <LI>Jobs with banner pages that were printed to implicit classes would get double banner pages for each file/banner in the job (STR #68) <LI>The mime.convs file was missing the filter definition for Windows BMP (image/x-bitmap) files (STR #85) <LI>The scheduler allowed some READ-ONLY job attributes to be set, which could cause the scheduler to fail on the next restart (STR #82) <LI>The lp and lpr commands did not report when the scheduler was not responding; instead, the user would incorrectly see a "no default destination" error (STR #70) <LI>cupsLangGet() could fail on OSX due to a corrupt language preference (STR #78) <LI>Added more checks for HTTP request timeouts. <LI>The scheduler dropped the first non-alpha character after an open brace when doing attribute substitutions in banner pages (STR #77) <LI>The scheduler child might send SIGUSR1 to the parent before the signal handler was installed; this didn't prevent the scheduler from starting but produced an annoying error message (STR #45)
Common UNIX Printing System 1.1.19rc4
<P>The fourth release candidate for version 1.1.19 of the CommonUNIX Printing System ("CUPS") is now available for download fromthe CUPS web site at:<PRE>    <A HREF="http://www.cups.org/software.php">http://www.cups.org/software.php<P>In accordance with the CUPS Configuration Management Plan,you now have until Friday, May 16th to test this releasecandidate to determine if there are any high-priority problemsand report them using the Software Trouble Report form at:<PRE>    <A HREF="http://www.cups.org/str.php">http://www.cups.org/str.php<P>Reports sent to the CUPS newsgroups or mailing lists are notautomatically entered into the trouble report database and willnot influence the final production release of 1.1.19, so it isvery important that you report any problems you identify usingthe form.<P>CUPS 1.1.19 adds support for fast reconfiguration, optionretension and defaulting when adding and modifying printers,binary PostScript printing, fax device features, custom webapplications via CGI, PHP, Java, and Python, and simplescripting support for Java, Perl, and PHP.  The new release alsocontains bug fixes including the LPD printing and Solaris signalhandling bugs.<P>Changes in CUPS v1.1.19rc4:<UL> <LI>The lp command did not accept "-" for printing from the standard input as required by POSIX 1003.1 (STR #59) <LI>Added the job-originating-host-name information for the page_log file documentation in the SAM (STR #31) <LI>The German web interface templates did not use the right paths for job operations (STR #54) <LI>The scheduler would consume all available CPU if started with a pending job in the queue (STR #35) <LI>The polling daemon allocated an extra localization buffer but did not free it, causing cups-polld to eventually use all available memory (STR #40)
Common UNIX Printing System 1.1.19rc3
<P>The third release candidate for version 1.1.19 of the CommonUNIX Printing System ("CUPS") is now available for download fromthe CUPS web site at:<PRE>    <A HREF="http://www.cups.org/software.php">http://www.cups.org/software.php<P>In accordance with the CUPS Configuration Management Plan,you now have until Monday, May 12th to test this releasecandidate to determine if there are any high-priority problemsand report them using the Software Trouble Report form at:<PRE>    <A HREF="http://www.cups.org/str.php">http://www.cups.org/str.php<P>Reports sent to the CUPS newsgroups or mailing lists are notautomatically entered into the trouble report database and willnot influence the final production release of 1.1.19, so it isvery important that you report any problems you identify usingthe form.<P>CUPS 1.1.19 adds support for fast reconfiguration, optionretension and defaulting when adding and modifying printers,binary PostScript printing, fax device features, custom webapplications via CGI, PHP, Java, and Python, and simplescripting support for Java, Perl, and PHP.  The new release alsocontains bug fixes including the LPD printing and Solaris signalhandling bugs.<P>Changes in CUPS v1.1.19rc3:<UL> <LI>The scheduler could get in an infinite loop cancelling jobs using "cancel -u user dest" (STR #48) <LI>The "cancel -u user" command did nothing (it should cancel all jobs on all printers owned by the named user - STR #48) <LI>The scheduler would write 0-length job control files (STR #46) <LI>Updated the French man pages (translation provided by Gilles QUERRET) <LI>The scheduler would delete all printers from printers.conf if a job was active when a HUP signal was handled (STR #47) <LI>The cups-polld program would leak memory if it was unable to send browse packets to the loopback interface (STR #40) <LI>The scheduler did not put the job-originating-host-name attribute in the job attributes group. <LI>The text filter did not default to wrapping text as defined by the IPP implementation document. <LI>Scan backends first, PPDs second (STR #37) <LI>Updated the Netatalk documentation in the SAM (STR #38 and #39) <LI>The test suite sent text files to a non-PS print queue, which requires ESP Ghostscript (provided separately). Now send the JPEG test file (STR #33) <LI>The test suite did not show the estimated disk space requirements (STR #33) <LI>The test suite did not set the MaxLogSize directive to 0 to prevent log file rotation (STR #33) <LI>The test suite still setup the old CUPS Ghostscript symlinks (STR #33) <LI>The pstops filter did not report the correct number of copies for the page_log file when printing collated copies to a printer that doesn't support them in hardware (STR #32) <LI>cupsLangGet() needs to set the CTYPE locale to "C" (POSIX) to avoid erroneous tolower/toupper values (fix suggested by Bjoern Jacke) <LI>Fixed a typo in the cups.list.in file. <LI>Updated all of the Western European locales to default to ISO-8859-15 (for Euro support, suggested by Bjoern Jacke) <LI>Updated the German message catalog (update provided by Bjoern Jacke)

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STR #3450: JAVA incompatiblity
CUPS, JAVA and printer
JAVA 1-6-17

Print in JAVA environnement

Apparently, there’s a bug in Java where …
STR #3003: Incompatibility with Java 1.6
Hello,

We are trying for some time already, make the cups-pdf 1.3.7 works with java 1.5 or 1.6, but we …
STR #2891: NullPointerException with Java printing
I have cups version 1.3.7-r1 and Sun JDK 1.6.0.07 under gentoo kernel version 2.6.25. When I try to print …
STR #2879: Problem with java printing
My config is Opensuse 11.0, java 1.6, and cups 1.3.7 when i use freemind or netbeans 6.1 the printing …
STR #1882: Java bindings InputStream source
It would be nice to have the ability to specify an InputStream to the Cups Java API. Currently it only …
STR #2651: Java libraries are using iso-8859-1 for requests
I refer to the java libraries in the CUPS source package, especially <CUPS-Package>/scripting/java/src/com/easyws/cups/Cups.java.
STR #2610: java PrintDialog doesn't work with cups on a linux machine, only a NullPointerException: null attribute is received.
Problem:
Java-Print-Dialog doesn't work with the current cups realease (1.3.4) because of the following …
STR #2215: scripting/java sources won't compile (related to STR 2152)
Hi Michael,
In the file scripting/java/src/com/easysw/cups/class.list
the first line should be changed …

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[cups.bugs] [HIGH] STR #2891: NullPointerException with Java printing - CUPS
[cups.development] Re: [RFE] STR #384: Make CUPS java API complient with Java Print Service (JSR006) - CUPS
[cups.bugs] [HIGH] STR #2610: java PrintDialog doesn't work with cups on a linux machine, only a NullPointerException: null attribute is received. - CUPS
[cups.bugs] [CRIT] STR #3450: JAVA incompatiblity - CUPS
hold jobs by default (Cups conf or Java) - CUPS
hold jobs by default (Cups conf or Java) - CUPS
hold jobs by default (Cups conf or Java) - CUPS
[cups.bugs] [HIGH] STR #1593: CUPS 1.2-rc2 not working with Java (ok with 1.1.23) - CUPS

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Using CGI Programs

CUPS provides a dynamic web interface through dedicated CGI programs that are executed when users open special directories on the CUPS server. Each CGI performs administration, class, help, job, and printer functions as directed by

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Problem to print in JAVA Application in Linux - CUPS
[cups.general] Java printing with CUPS - CUPS
A cups "Hello World" using Java sample & JAVADOCS - CUPS
Errors according CUPS Java source files - CUPS
[cups.general] A cups "Hello World" using Java sample & JAVADOCS - CUPS
[cups.general] Java printing with CUPS - CUPS
CUPS-Embedded Maple Java Interaction - CUPS
[cups.general] Java printing with CUPS - CUPS

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