Created Date: 16 Mar, 2022 14:43
Last Modifed Date: 14 Nov, 2022 15:18
This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; and to Harlequin Core but not Harlequin MultiRIP.
This document provides the following information:
- Harlequin Core SDK tells you what the Harlequin Core SDK is, what is supplied, and what you require.
- Installation and file structure tells you how to install the Harlequin Core SDK and provides information on the file structure.
- Building the test application tells you how to build the application for normal and diskless operation, and how to change the name of the core component.
- Harlequin Core SDK capabilities tells you what the Harlequin Core SDK can do, and what you can do with it.
- Integrating the Harlequin Core SDK library tells you how to integrate your product with the RIP using the functions and callbacks.
- Using the Harlequin Core SDK test harness tells you how to use the command line application
- Harlequin Core C language types provides a description of the non-standard C types for data structures and functions.
- Starting the Harlequin Core describes the functions provided by the core RIP library. These functions are used by the skin kit to implement the wrapped RIP functionality described in previous chapters. It is not necessary to read or understand the contents of this chapter.
- Harlequin Core Device specifications describes the Harlequin Core device and the way that the Harlequin core RIP communicates with it.
- Asynchronous actions describes how to interrupt a job or have a piece of asynchronous PostScript language code run.
- Devices supported in the RIP SDK describes the configuration device which controls the operation of the Harlequin Core.
- Input methods for Harlequin Core provides details regarding Harlequin 12 input system changes that enable production-ready support for server configurations.
- The Harlequin Scalable RIP provides details regarding Multiple RIP support (including the union device and the HHR Scalable RIP).
- Support functions for running multiple RIPs describes the support functions of improved support for running multiple RIPs on a single machine.
- Setting the locale on Linux and macOS.
- Adding a raster backend to Harlequin Core.
- Tuning Harlequin performance in multi-RIP systems.