GREAT news that the tool does so much of the work for us!
Notes with attachments usually die at the PWG reflector,
so I'm replying to the WIMS list.
For exchange of files by FTP (the right approach), we should put
well-named files (w/ trailing 8-digit dates in the base name of their
ZIP files) in _short_ named directory paths.
Email readers like Outlook frequently break long URLs. Command
line FTP tools make long URLs painful. And uppercase should NOT
be used in PWG FTP site directory paths.
So, I've just created the two directories:
Please use simple filenames like 'rick-20070119.zip', since
the directory is self-identifying. Please ZIP everything you
post, so we don't post the individual MOF files when there
will soon be so many under CIM_Printer (device).
Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
Chair - FSG Open Printing Steering Committee
Blue Roof Music / High North Inc
PO Box 221 Grand Marais, MI 49839
email: imcdonald at sharplabs.com
From: Richard_Landau at Dell.com [mailto:Richard_Landau at Dell.com]
Sent: Friday, January 19, 2007 2:15 PM
To: McDonald, Ira
Cc: wims at pwg.org
Subject: CIM> mofpretty testing of ugly stuff: A+
I think you'll be delighted with the results. Long, ugly description lines?
No problem. Attributes out of order? No problem. Well, except for the
ones it doesn't know about that are brand new.
I hope this saves you some work programming.
If you can't run mofpretty out there, I'll do it here. Let's make a temp
directory on the ftp site to exchange files instead of emailing them all the
time. Something like
Richard_Landau(at)dell(dot)com, Stds & System Mgt Arch, CTO Office
+1-512-728-9023, One Dell Way, RR5-3, MS RR5-09, Round Rock, TX 78682
<<messy1_prettified.mof>> <<messy1_prettified.html>> <<messy1.mof>>
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