#[repr(transparent)]
pub struct PrintJob { /* private fields */ }
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A PrintJob object represents a job that is sent to a printer.

You only need to deal directly with print jobs if you use the non-portable PrintUnixDialog API.

Use surface() to obtain the cairo surface onto which the pages must be drawn. Use send() to send the finished job to the printer. If you don’t use cairo PrintJob also supports printing of manually generated PostScript, via set_source_file().

Implements

glib::ObjectExt

Implementations

Available on Linux only.
Available on Linux only.

Gets whether this job is printed collated.

Returns

whether the job is printed collated

Available on Linux only.

Gets the n-up setting for this job.

Returns

the n-up setting

Available on Linux only.

Gets the n-up layout setting for this job.

Returns

the n-up layout

Available on Linux only.

Gets the number of copies of this job.

Returns

the number of copies

Available on Linux only.

Gets the page ranges for this job.

Returns

a pointer to an array of PageRange structs

Available on Linux only.

Gets the PageSet setting for this job.

Returns

the PageSet setting

Available on Linux only.

Gets the PrintPages setting for this job.

Returns

the PrintPages setting

Available on Linux only.

Gets the Printer of the print job.

Returns

the printer of @self

Available on Linux only.

Gets whether this job is printed reversed.

Returns

whether the job is printed reversed.

Available on Linux only.

Gets whether the job is printed rotated.

Returns

whether the job is printed rotated

Available on Linux only.

Gets the scale for this job.

Returns

the scale

Available on Linux only.

Gets the PrintSettings of the print job.

Returns

the settings of @self

Available on Linux only.

Gets the status of the print job.

Returns

the status of @self

Available on Linux only.

Gets a cairo surface onto which the pages of the print job should be rendered.

Returns

the cairo surface of @self

Available on Linux only.

Gets the job title.

Returns

the title of @self

Available on Linux only.

Returns whether jobs will be tracked after printing.

For details, see set_track_print_status().

Returns

true if print job status will be reported after printing

Available on Linux only.

Sets whether this job is printed collated.

collate

whether the job is printed collated

Available on Linux only.

Sets the n-up setting for this job.

n_up

the n-up value

Available on Linux only.

Sets the n-up layout setting for this job.

layout

the n-up layout setting

Available on Linux only.

Sets the number of copies for this job.

num_copies

the number of copies

Available on Linux only.

Sets the page ranges for this job.

ranges

pointer to an array of PageRange structs

Available on Linux only.

Sets the PageSet setting for this job.

page_set

a PageSet setting

Available on Linux only.

Sets the PrintPages setting for this job.

pages

the PrintPages setting

Available on Linux only.

Sets whether this job is printed reversed.

reverse

whether the job is printed reversed

Available on Linux only.

Sets whether this job is printed rotated.

rotate

whether to print rotated

Available on Linux only.

Sets the scale for this job.

1.0 means unscaled.

scale

the scale

Available on Linux only.

Make the PrintJob send an existing document to the printing system.

The file can be in any format understood by the platforms printing system (typically PostScript, but on many platforms PDF may work too). See Printer::accepts_pdf() and Printer::accepts_ps().

This is similar to set_source_file(), but takes expects an open file descriptor for the file, instead of a filename.

fd

a file descriptor

Returns

false if an error occurred

Available on Linux only.

Make the PrintJob send an existing document to the printing system.

The file can be in any format understood by the platforms printing system (typically PostScript, but on many platforms PDF may work too). See Printer::accepts_pdf() and Printer::accepts_ps().

filename

the file to be printed

Returns

false if an error occurred

Available on Linux only.

If track_status is true, the print job will try to continue report on the status of the print job in the printer queues and printer.

This can allow your application to show things like “out of paper” issues, and when the print job actually reaches the printer.

This function is often implemented using some form of polling, so it should not be enabled unless needed.

track_status

true to track status after printing

Available on Linux only.

Page setup.

Available on Linux only.

Emitted when the status of a job changes.

The signal handler can use status() to obtain the new status.

Available on Linux only.
Available on Linux only.

Sends the print job off to the printer.

callback

function to call when the job completes or an error occurs

Trait Implementations

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