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cupstestppd



SYNOPSIS

       cupstestppd [ -q ] [ -v[v] ] filename.ppd[.gz] [ ... file­
       nameN.ppd[.gz] ]
       cupstestppd [ -q ] [ -v[v] ] -


DESCRIPTION

       cupstestppd tests the conformance  of  PPD  files  to  the
       Adobe  PostScript Printer Description file format specifi­
       cation version 4.3. It can also be used to list  the  sup­
       ported  options  and  available  fonts  in a PPD file. The
       results of testing and any other output are  sent  to  the
       standard output.

       The  first form of cupstestppd tests one or more PPD files
       on the command-line. The second form tests  the  PPD  file
       provided on the standard input.

       The -q option specifies that no information should be dis­
       played.

       The -v option specifies that detailed conformance  testing
       results  should  be  displayed  rather  than  the  concise
       PASS/FAIL/ERROR status.

       The -vv option specifies that all information in  the  PPD
       file  should be displayed in addition to the detailed con­
       formance testing results.

       The -q, -v, and -vv options are mutually exclusive.


EXIT STATUS

       cupstestppd returns zero on success and non-zero on error.
       The error codes are as follows:

       1
            Bad command-line arguments or missing PPD filename.

       2
            Unable to open or read PPD file.

       3
            The  PPD  file  contains format errors that cannot be
            skipped.

       4
            The PPD file does not conform to the Adobe PPD speci­
            fication.


EXAMPLES

       The  following  command  will test all PPD files under the
       current directory and print the names of  each  file  that
       does not conform:
       Adobe  PostScript Printer Description File Format Specifi­
       cation, Version 4.3.


COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 1993-2003 by Easy Software Products, All  Rights
       Reserved.

14 February 2003   Common UNIX Printing System     cupstestppd(1)
  

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