Richard Beare wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm about to begin developing a machine that incorporates a scanner.
> There is a requirement that the control software should run under both
> NT and Linux. Our initial work will use Linux. Does anyone have any
> experience making scanner based applications operate under both Linux
> and NT. Is there any way of avoiding twain entirely for the windows
> part? I'm assuming that I'm going to have to abstract the bits I'm
> interested using sane on Linux and twain under NT and provide a common
> interface at some level.
> Does anyone have any other suggestions?
Is network scanning a solution (eg scanner always on linux, frontend on winnt and linux) ?
Then you (only) need to handle the sane commands via network backend.
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