On Mon, Jun 11, 2001 at 11:42:26AM +0200, Paul Floyd wrote:
> 2. pgcc croaked when trying to compile canon.c, so I switched back to
> old emx
Was there an error message concerning this file or was it just a
resource problem? Canon.c stresses gcc heavily on my (Linux PC)
> 3. lots of problems with the snapscan USB code, which I simply #defined away
> => I would have thought that the reason for having separate snapscan-scsi.c
> and snapscan-usb.c was to have the interfaces cleanly divided between
> the two files; there are however several USB references in the SCSI file.
This should be "fixed" by disabling snapscan if sem.h isn't present.
For the next release, maybe the snapscan maintainer finds a smarter
solution (e.g. disabling the USB part or using an alternative to
> 4. Also quite a few problems with umax_pp_low.c. This file does
> include the emx header required for the functions to access byte/word
> input/output, but the body of the file refers only to the Linux gcc
> style functions. I think the answer is to use a few #defines like
> #define _insp inb (or whatever).
There have been some changes lately. So when you have some time, have
a look at the new snapshots at http://www.mostang.com/sane/ or
http://www.meier-geinitz.de/sane/download.html. Take the newest
snapshot. Currently it's from 2001-06-11.
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