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printruler

   1.0  

KDE Printing

Score 81%
printruler
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Link:  Link
Depends on  Qt 4.x
Downloads:  871
Submitted:  Jun 21 2008

Description:

Printruler collects the pdfs that you print with cups-pdf and let\'s you edit them before printing.
Printruler tries to reproduce some of the functionality of fineprint under windows.

This was a semester project at the college of engeneering and architecture of fribourg




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 source code

 
 by ggsw11 on: Jun 21 2008
 
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Unfortunately, the source code is neither here nor on your website. It seems therefore, that you are infringing GNU GPL, unless it is published somewhere else.

It would be nice to see the source code here or a link


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 Re: source code

 
 by ggsw11 on: Jun 21 2008
 
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Apologies, just found it.


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 Re: Re: source code

 
 by paul21 on: Jun 22 2008
 
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Even though, if he wrote the app from scratch, he is not violating any license because he owns the code.


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 Re: Re: Re: source code

 
 by beatwolf on: Jun 22 2008
 
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I would infridge the GPL, because QT is gpl, i would have to pay to be able to write a closed source app.
Glad you found the sourcecode (well, actualy kinda hard to miss with the hugs "Source" tab) on the page


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 Re: Re: source code

 
 by biophysics on: Dec 23 2008
 
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where did you find the source code ?


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 Re: Re: Re: source code

 
 by SputnikRock on: Jul 31 2009
 
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The homepage is linked above. (Google Code page)


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 Thanks

 
 by johnyff on: Jun 22 2008
 
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Thanks for this great Tool, i have missing this in Linux


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 Feedback

 
 by beatwolf on: Jun 24 2008
 
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nearly 100 downloads and no bugreport or any other feedback. is that a good or a bad sign? if somebody is using printruler, please fill bugreports or send me a email: asraniel@fryx.ch


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 Re: Feedback

 
 by kawasuser on: Jun 28 2008
 
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Hello,
The tools sounds very useful for me. But I am using Opensuse, and so I need an .rpm file.. atleast me, as newbie. Is there a possiblility to create an rpm from the programm - or even better put the programm on the opensuse build server?

Greeting from Germany - Euro-campion 2008 ;-)


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 Re: Re: Feedback

 
 by beatwolf on: Jun 28 2008
 
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Hi,

sorry, i don't have suse and i'm not familiar with their build system, but if anybody knows it, i would be more than happy to distribute the rpm for suse.

Actualy compiling the app is very easy. You have to get the source with svn (on the webpage there is the exact instruction for it), then execute qmake-qt4 (or simply qmake, depends on suse), make release and make install. very easy, you just need the qt4 developement files.


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 can you please upload source

 
 by biophysics on: Dec 23 2008
 
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Hi

can you upload the source tar file ?

Many thanks,


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 Re: can you please upload source

 
 by beatwolf on: Dec 23 2008
 
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Hi,
You have to dowload the source from svn. But don't worry, it's very easy. You find the instructions here:
http://code.google.com/p/printruler/source/checkout

Any patches are welcome by the way


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 ubuntu package with problem

 
 by SputnikRock on: Jul 31 2009
 
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Hello!

The actual provides Ubuntu-package has had a problem with newer Ubuntu versions.

I could solve this by compiling it from source.

As the author stated above it is really very easy to compile.


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 Superb

 
 by fdservices on: Jan 16 2010
 
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This is a really good programme.

Are you still developing it?

I know a lot of people would love to know about it

All the best

Andrew


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 Re: Superb

 
 by beatwolf on: Jan 16 2010
 
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currently i don't develop this application anymore. It should compile fine and work, but i don't use it myself, so i'm not really interested in developing it anymore...

if anybody wants to develop for it, leave me a message and i can give you svn access.


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