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Bug#404017: marked as done ("New driver: Glassjet")

Your message dated Sun, 1 Apr 2012 14:10:32 -0500
with message-id <20120401191032.GA20883@burratino>
and subject line Re: new driver for ghostscript
has caused the Debian Bug report #404017,
regarding "New driver: Glassjet"
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Package: gs-gpl
Version: 8.54.dfsg.1-5

hi gs-gpl team,

this a not a bug report, it's a patch to have a new output-driver.

i've written a new driver for a mashine we are using in our company, called
"glassjet", is uses a special type of uncompressed tiff files. the
output-driver is very simple.

here you can see some informations about the mashine if you wanna know about

i want to make it free available for everybody.
do you know to who i should send it that it will be added in the next
(please make some cleanup)

i've tested it and it works well.


Attachment: patch_gs-gpl_glassjet
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Hi Johannes,

Johannes Feigl wrote, five years ago:
> Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:

>> First, let me congratulate you and your company for releasing the driver as
>> free software!
>> You can send it to Ghostscript upstream through
>> http://bugs.ghostscript.com/, file it as an enhancement request.
> ok, i did, we'll what happens ;)

Did you get a bug number?  Did the Ghostscript developers respond?

I'm closing this bug because I can't see how to move forward on it
without either a pointer to the driver or specs for the protocol the
glassjet uses.  We would be happy to revisit it if there is an
interested user working on this, though.


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