LPrint version 1.0 is now available. LPrint is a Label Printer Application for macOS® and Linux®.
HTMLDOC 1.9.8 adds a CGI file naming feature, adds support for letterhead images, and fixes some formatting bugs. Changes include:
HTMLDOC.filenameMETA keyword that controls the filename reported in CGI mode; the default remains “htmldoc.pdf” (Issue #367)
Lheader/footer format (
$LETTERHEAD), which inserts a letterhead image at its full size (Issue #372, Issue #373, Issue #375)
This is the first candidate release of LPrint 1.0, a Label Printer Application for macOS® and Linux®. Changes include:
lprint optionscommand now reports both English and metric dimensions for all supported sizes (Issue #14)
This is the second beta release of LPrint, a Label Printer Application for macOS® and Linux®. Changes include:
modifysub-commands now support the “-u” option (Issue #1)
lprint devices) or the server log (for
lprint server) so that it is possible to see permission and other access errors (Issue #8)
This is the first beta release of LPrint, a Label Printer Application for macOS® and Linux®.
LPrint is a label printer application for macOS® and Linux®. I wrote it in response to criticism that coming changes in CUPS will leave users of label printers in the cold…
This release of codedoc adds C++ namespace support. Changes include:
So today was my last day at Apple. Apple has been a great company to work for and I’m grateful for my time there. I accomplished most of the things I’d hoped for, particularly getting solid Internet Printing Protocol support in almost all network and USB printers sold over the last 10 years. I chaired the Printer Working Group for about half of my time at Apple, met and worked with a lot of really talented and considerate people, and mentored a few young engineers that have either excelled within Apple or moved on to their next challenges.
Going forward I’ll be taking a little time to reboot and start a new company with my amazing wife. I’ve missed working with her every day these last 13 years and I’m really excited to see where our new journey will take us.