Re: [Evolution-hackers] GnuCash print problem patch

2007-04-13 Thread Paul Andreassen
On Friday 13 April 2007 03:13, Srinivasa Ragavan wrote:
 Paul,

 Yes. Before getting into the patch, can you let us know the issue the
 patch is addressing? It would be helpful while reviewing the patch.

 -Srini

 On Thu, 2007-04-12 at 21:41 +1000, Paul Andreassen wrote:
  Hello,
 
  Is this where gtkhtml is maintained?  If so could someone look at this
  patch and tell me if it acceptable for inclusion.  I'm not sure I
  understand how all the library code goes together.

Thanks for the reply.

When printing or print previewing of a GnuCash report the font changes from 
the screen font to an unset and unchangeable one.  In my case it changes from 
the screen font of San Regular 10 to Serf Regular 12.  This results in 
very large printed reports.

This patch sets the font for text areas during printing but I don't understand 
why it already does the right thing for the screen.  My patch still has a 
placement problem for some characters.  The C and T in the follow pngs show 
the problem.

Thanks again,
Paul
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Evolution integration into bespoke database

2007-04-13 Thread Sankar P
On Fri, 2007-04-13 at 15:22 +0530, Srinivasa Ragavan wrote:
 Hi Kye,
 
 I really dont understand the work you are doing and the use cases too.
 But if this is what you are trying to achieve, you can write a camel
 transport provider to do this. Evolution has two providers (SMTP and
 sendmail) which sends the mail from Evolution. In your case, it has to
 save/store the DB or whatever. The account you create should specify
 that as the provider for sending so that it works out clean.
 
 Look into evolution-data-server/camel/providers/ for sendmail and smtp.
 You may have to create one more there for your provider.

Hmm. I guess you wouldn't need all such heavy-work. You can create an
outgoing filter which will, pipe to a program where you can pass it
onto your db. 

But as Srini said, I am not so clear about your usecase though.


 
 -Srini.
 
 On Fri, 2007-04-13 at 10:31 +1000, Kye Macdonald wrote:
  Hello All,
  
  Posted on the wrong mailing list so re-posting here.
  
  We are in the process of developing an inhouse database and CRM
  package and I want to integrate Evolution as its mail client.  ATM we
  have the database spawning a new evolution email message with all the
  contact details in without a problem.  What I would like it to do
  though is once you press send have the database lift the content from
  the email and save it.  We have a work around that picks up the mail
  from the mail server but I would like the database to interact
  directly with evolution.
  
  Has anyone done this already or know a straight forward path to
  achieving this?
  
  regards,
  
  Kye Macdonald 
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