On Tue, Jul 25, 2000 at 03:47:56PM -0400, Chris Pinkham wrote:
> > TODO for 1.0.3 (as of 2000-07-25)
> > * Fix sane_close bug
> > - artec (maintainer wanted to fix this two weeks ago)
> This should be fixed tonight, I think you must have been watching to wait
> until I resynced my system with the CVS tree before you sent this out. :) I
Yes, I am the invisible man behind you :-)
> > * Test compilation on (Free, Open, Net)BSD, HPUX, Unixware, Linux on
> > 64 bit systems ...
> > - anyone with this software/hardware?
> I have an AlphaStation 200 4/233 at work running RedHat v6.0 and I was
> able to successfully compile. Is there anything in particular I can look
> for or post from my compile? I am running configure and make logging both
> stderr and stdout to a file so I can pass on any needed info. I do not
> have a scanner at work though, so I can't test, just compile. I also
> have access to Solaris 2.6, 2.7, and Digital Unix v4.0 servers that I could
> test compile on (with gcc I believe), but again, no scanners at work. :(
Especially the Alphastation and Digital Unix server seem to be important.
If you have enough time you can do the tests on Solaris, too.
What I test is: does shared and static compile work? Does installation work?
--> ./configure ; make ; make install
--> ./configure --disable-shared ; make ; make install
Enable the pnm backend in /usr/local/etc/sane.d/dll.conf. Try "scanimage -L".
You should see the two pnm entries. Put an .pnm testfile (e.g. generated
with Gimp) somewhere. Try "scanimage -d pnm:0 --filename somefile.pnm -T".
If you have more time (and root acccess to the computer) you can try network
scanning, too. --> "scanimage -d net:localhost:pnm:0 --filename somefile.pnm -T"
But this is quite some work ...
Please wait until I have added the necessarry fixes to the CVS, this may
take until tomorrow evening.
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