On Wed, May 17, 2000 at 09:13:14PM +0200, Gunther Mayer wrote:
> Probably other printer always raise "printer-error", this would
> explain why other people don't see this problem. Tim?
> > LP_CAREFUL is still needed, I'm afraid. See Andrea's latest megapatch
> > for 2.2.
> But in 2.3.99 LP_NO_ERROR is not even used !?
That's right, because I haven't gotten around to fixing it yet. Feel
free to beat me to it.
> P.S. Can anybody explain how printers could appear to accept data
> when turned off (as man tunelp says) ? I consider this impossible
> since there is a handshake when transfering data. Any knowledge here
Look in the source for something like 'assume the printer received
it'. I know that at one stage I changed this to actually look for the
printer's end of the handshake, but AFAIR it was far too slow so I
took it out (but maybe I'm misremembering that part).
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