Announcing GMSO 2

Years later discontinuing GMSO , a GNOME application to query inklevels of various printers, I started rewriting it in Java using Java-Gnome and JNI to interface with native libraries. The project’s home page is hosted at Google (http:/mso.googlecode.com) and the source branches are hosted at Launchpad.

The project currently consists of 3 components

  • JInkLevel: Java bindings for libinklevel.
  • LibMso: JNI library to detect printers attached to the system. It uses libhd (part of hwinfo by SuSE)
  • GMSO 2: The main application

See the homepage for screenshots, downloads and javadoc of the libraries. The source code be browsed at Launchpad. Looking for the future I may be adding additional GUI’s based on the libraries (Java Swing, SWT, QT ….)

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One Response to “Announcing GMSO 2”

  1. asddfsdfsdfsdafasdadafdsfsdfds Says:

    Hi Serkan Kaba,
    I set up a java program to find the ink level of printer by your code help.But here i am not able to run the main class because it is not getting the mso.dll in path.
    Exception in thread “main” java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no mso in java.library.path
    at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(ClassLoader.java:1860)
    at java.lang.Runtime.loadLibrary0(Runtime.java:845)
    at java.lang.System.loadLibrary(System.java:1084)
    at LibMso.(LibMso.java:17)
    at Main.main(Main.java:7)

    So it would be helpful for me if you look into this problem.
    here is my project structure like ..
    Under package com.ssis
    >Cartridge.java
    >Color.java
    >Gmso2.java
    >InkLevelException.java
    >JInkLevel.java
    >LibMso.java
    >Main.java
    >PortType.java
    >Printer.java

    And the C files under jni directory >
    com_googlecode_mso_jinklevel_JInkLevel.h
    com_googlecode_mso_libmso_LibMso.h
    JInkLevel.c
    LibMso.c

    So here when i will try execute Main Class it is throwing above exception and also i am new to this concept means calling c files from java using JNI(Java Native Intyerface) and how to get mso.dll files.

    Regards
    Sunil


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