Is it actually possible to compile sane? I downloaded both parts of the
1.0.4 package. I tried to build the backends, but sanei_scsi.c has some
preprocessor horkage by which it includes /usr/include/scsi/sg.h and
/usr/include/linux/../scsi/sg.h, which are clearly the same file and gcc
gets pissed off by redefinition. After I fixed this problem (not the
right way, I'm sure, but by hard-coding #include <scsi/sg.h>), the package
compiled and installed.
Then I turned to the frontends. They won't even configure, because they
can't detect the sane installation. The test program fails because it
doesn't understand sane_major_version. No surprise there, because none of
the sane header files define sane_major_version, only SANE_VERSION_MAJOR.
BTW my system is slackware-current, Linux 2.4.0, gcc 2.95.2, glibc 2.2.
So the bottom line is that I cannot compile sane release 1.0.4 on this
system at all. Did I miss a magic step, or should I try the CVS version
For now, I'm sticking with vuescan.
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