Thanks guys for the hints,
For the kind of jobs that "just need to run" in teaching projects we use GMG's
fine software, they are just around the corner and a good
part of their staff are our graduates anyway.
Main motivation for me to try and use argyll is to better understand the tools
and how to use them, we can certainly make use of e.g. targen
or printcal, we've used argyll to measure lighting the lot and from time to
time, students are being "nudged" to learn to use the tools
instead of reinventing the wheel to cover some measuring tasks in their
projects. Still, it's a slow burner, not top prio.
From what i've read so far i'll first look into how to run the printer with
gutenprint, and see what it does.
For Graeme: while i recognize, that the problem with targen is that things grow
exponentially, can you imagine to raise the number of
channels limit up to 10 or even 12?
I might even try and have a little fun with RGB formats, time permitting.