1. 10 Nov, 2016 1 commit
    • Carlos Garcia Campos's avatar
      printing: Do not truncate job names in GtkPrintOperation · 25522558
      Carlos Garcia Campos authored
      We are currently truncating job names to 255 bytes, because that's the
      maximum allowed length of job-name attribute in CUPS. This is a CUPS
      limitation that GtkPrintOperation shouldn't need to know, and it
      shouldn't affect other backends, that might have other limitations or
      even no limitation at all. This has another side effect, that what you
      set as GtkPrintOperation:job-name could be different to what you get if
      the property is truncated, this is not documented in
      gtk_print_operation_set_job_name(). So, I think the job name should be
      truncated by the CUPS backend, right before setting the job-name
      attribute.
      
      https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=774097
      25522558
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    • Paolo Borelli's avatar
      print operation: let subclasses use a custom paginate · 9f9c5ca4
      Paolo Borelli authored
      GtkPrintOperation was emitting paginate only if a signal was
      connected, this meant that subclassing and overriding the
      paginate vfunc lead to the unexpected result that paginate did
      not run.
      Instead we always emit the signal and use a custom accumulator:
      if there is a signal we just run that and avoid the default
      handler, otherwise we run the default handler which can be the
      one by the subclass or the default handler that just skips
      pagination.
      
      Patch by Yevgen Muntyan, fixes #345345
      9f9c5ca4
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