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From: Christophe TROESTLER <Christophe.Troestler@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Re: Cross-platform "Hello, World" graphical application in OCaml
On Wed, 23 Feb 2005, Sven Luther <> wrote:
> Mmm, i don't quite follow that. the lpd sits between the program
> output and the system queues or something like that ? You use
> gsprint to generate the printable files from .ps ones, and send it
> to the lpd queue, which sends it to the disk, or the other way
> around, you send the .ps to the lpd, which sends it to the gsprint
> and then to the disk.

It goes like this:

Unix client --------> LPD on (e.g.) windows
(lpr file)            OCaml daemon gets the file
                      `--> once the file is received, it can be sent
                           to a command of your choice (currently
			   gsprint but is can be anything)

Did I make myself more clear?

> > To be really useful, I think the deamon should be turned into a
> > library.  If enough people are interested, I can open a mailing list
> > for discussions.
> Yes, i guess that would be interesting.

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