[Desktop_printing] Multi-Language PPD files and PPD file specs

Michael Sweet mike at easysw.com
Tue Jan 17 15:46:36 PST 2006

Ulrich Wehner wrote:
> Mike
> i have used the DDK to create multi language PPDs, the language files 
> are easy enough to translate.
> Once the files were created the ddk just cranks them out, easy enough.
> In a windows environment we typically provide multi language resource 
> files..... Not sure how windows users will take to CUPS ppds (as they 
> are not Logo certified by MS)

Nothing would prevent a vendor from using CUPS-generated PPD files
in a "logo-certified" Windows driver, however in my experience logo
certification doesn't guarantee much - it is very rare to get a
Windows PPD file that actually conforms to the spec...

Michael Sweet, Easy Software Products           mike at easysw dot com
Internet Printing and Publishing Software        http://www.easysw.com

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