2017-04-29 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- call gzip -n to make build more reproducible
2014-04-08 - email@example.com
- Fixed Fuji_Xerox-DocuPrint_CM305_df-Postscript.ppd
- Fixed HOWTO: Mention the Version X.Y.Z -> X.Y.Z.S change, see
the entry dated "Thu Apr 3 14:39:15 CEST 2014" below.
- Added remove_PPDs_with_non_free_license_text_snippets.sh
and inserted a matching description step in the HOWTO
- Fixed and enhanced makePPDtest for newer CUPS versions.
- Provide makePPDtest in the OpenPrintingPPDs main package
so that one can more easily do the last step of the HOWTO
"... install them and then run makePPDtest ..." by only
installing the OpenPrintingPPDs RPMs without sources.
2014-04-03 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Version upgrade to 188.8.131.52
The package version is the PPD-O-MATIC version mentioned in the
PPD files which is currently "PPD-O-MATIC (4.0.0 or newer)"
plus an additional trailing version number by openSUSE
(currently ".1") so that openSUSE package upgrades get
a strictly increasing sequence of versions.
- Define foomatic_rip_version 4.0.0 as the required minimal
foomatic-rip version by the PPD files.
- In determine_drivers_to_be_considered.sh exclude all PPDs
for all foo2* drivers to avoid any possible issues with
ZjStream printers and the related JBIG patent issues.
If such printers are supported, they would have to be supported
by an appropriate driver RPM that contains matching PPDs
and not by plain PPDs without driver from OpenPrinting.
2014-03-29 - email@example.com
- update complete PPD database, current version is still 4.0.0
- fix script move_downloaded_PPDs_to_their_actual_type_of_driver.sh
to move all PPDs to the right directory (there are little changes
2013-02-22 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Added "BuildRequires: python-cups" to get special
RPM Provides tags for the printers supported by
this package (see SUSE Bugzilla bnc#735865).
2013-02-04 - email@example.com
- update license to new format
2012-05-08 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Do not provide PPDs for the Ghostscript driver "lx5000" because
the driver is removed from the default build in Ghostscript,
see the "Built-in drivers for old Lexmark printers" mail thread
on email@example.com dated June 2011 (bnc#760684).
2011-09-17 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Remove redundant tags/sections from specfile.
- Pick stronger compression.
2011-01-12 - email@example.com
- Enhanced the sources by verbatim documentation and references
and install the GPLv2 as plain text file.
2010-12-28 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Do not install the "Generic GDI Printer" PPD because
there is no such thing as a "Generic GDI Printer",