I am not a developper, but just a poor user (beginner). I asked because
I had trouble with the normal sane-1.0.3-release (and rpm-package) and
had to incorporate the updates on the snapscan for the scanner to work
fine. So it would be logic to incorporate those changes into a new
release, wouldn't it?
Henning Meier-Geinitz schrieb:
> On Wed, Nov 29, 2000 at 10:47:11AM +0000, Timo Hoderlein wrote:
> > will the updates for the snapscan backend be included in 1.0.4, too?
> No. At least nobody has comitted code to SANE CVS until the beginning
> of feature freeze and I don't think I got an email containing a patch
> or a request to include the changes. I asked more than once if there
> is something that should be included before 1.0.4 but got no response
> (concerning snapscan). So probably the snapscan code isn't stable
> enough for release? Or did I miss something?
> I will add a paragraph about snapscan in the TODO list. Shouldn't we
> point to the development homepage in the sane.desc file (that will be
> used for the sane-backends.html web page on www.mostang.com) or at
> least in the man page?
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