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File Release Notes and Changelog

Release Name: 1.0.14

Release Notes

This is the sane-frontends package. 

To find out more about SANE (Scanner Access Now Easy) look at the SANE
website: http://www.sane-project.org/. There is also information on how to
subscribe the SANE mailing list (sane-devel).

These SANE applications (frontends) are included in this package (together
with their documentation):

    Frontend               Documentation (man page) 
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    xscanimage	           xscanimage(1)
    xcam		   xcam(1)
    scanadf                scanadf(1)

For general information about SANE, read man sane(7).

You must install the sane-backends package before you can compile the
frontends. sane-backends also includes the command-line frontend scanimage
and the network daemon saned.

For details about installation please read the INSTALL file.

For a list of other SANE frontends look at
http://www.sane-project.org//sane-frontends.html.

Developers may wish to look at the SANE standard (sane.tex). It can be found
in the sane-backends distribution or in various file formats at the website:
http://www.sane-project.org/docs.html

Please report bugs and missing features at our bug-tracking system:
http://www.sane-project.org/bugs.html

Change Log

******    Release of sane-frontends-1.0.14   *****

2005-09-18  Henning Meier-Geinitz <henning@meier-geinitz.de>

	* configure configure.in: Changed version to 1.0.14.
	* src/Makefile.in: Added missing DISTFILE.

2005-05-31 Oliver Rauch <oliver.rauch@xsane.org>
        * src/xcam.c update_param: added patch by
          Douglas Schilling Landgraf:
          if (dialog == NULL) return;

2005-05-10 Gerard Klaver <gerard at gkall dot hobby dot nl>
        * src/xcam.c - moved 2 DBG lines from above to below variable
	  declarations (OS/2 compiler error bugreport Franz Bakan)
	  - Changed declaration for "remaining" from SANE_Int to size_t
	  
	moved lines for generating frame count, fps and 
2005-05-07 Gerard Klaver <gerard at gkall dot hobby dot nl>
        * src/xcam.c -moved lines for generating frame count, fps and 
          fps avarage value from nex_frame to input_available routine.
	  -solved bug for fps values > 1

2005-04-11 Gerard Klaver <gerard at gkall dot hobby dot nl>
        * src/xcam.c added TXT button for option text line adding to i
	  image with name, date and time info.
          font_6x11.h  file and add_text routine taken from the (GPLed)
          webcam.c file, part of xawtv, (c) 1998-2002 Gerd Knorr.
          add_text was modified for this program (xcam_add_text).

          added RGB/BGR button option to switch the colors if needed.

          solved segment fault when no usb scanner/vidcam devices
          is attached to system ( bug report from Henning Meier-Geinitz)

          patch update for recording feature (SANE bugreport 300224)
          added SAVE Frame button, output filename box.
          With Save Frame button image can be saved as 
          .pnm .pgm .pbm or .ppm file

	  added info row with x, y, image-size, fps count, fps, fps_ava

	  added -V and -h option (version and help
	  added option -B -buffersize so instead of default input buffer of
	  32*1024 a buffer of 1024*1024 can be chosen

          src/font_6x11.h file added to src directory
	  src/xscanimage.c updates for debug output
	  src/preview.c updates for debug output
	  src/gtkglue.c updates for debug output
	  doc/xcam.man update for -B, help and debug info option
		     
2004-12-11  Julien Blache <jb@jblache.org>
	* sanei resync with sane-backends, fixes a deadlock between xscanimage
	  and saned when scanning over the network.

2004-10-30  Henning Meier-Geinitz <henning@meier-geinitz.de>

	* doc/scanadf.man src/scanadf.c: Wait for scan-scripts so all
	  files are handled before leaving scanadf. Patch from Tristan
	  Hill <stan@saticed.me.uk>, bug #300993.

2004-10-17  Henning Meier-Geinitz <henning@meier-geinitz.de>

	* configure configure.in: Changed version to 1.0.13-cvs. End of
	  freeze.

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