I would think the best solution is to print to postscript, and use
ghostscript to rip this to your printer. There are lots of printer drivers
in GS, as well as using windows native drivers. It's also easier to make a
new GS printer driver than a native windows one.

There are tools to redirect a printer port so you just get a postscript
printer in the windows dialog (that happens to be a physical XX printer). 
You can also easily set up a linux printserver that appears as postscript
printers to the windows network pc's, and does the ripping and printing
transparently, for everyone.




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