Libinsane is the library to access scanners on both Linux and Windows. It's cross-platform, cross-programming languages, cross-scanners :-). It takes care of all the quirks of all the platforms and scanners It has however some limitations: * It is only designed to work with scanners, not webcams, not USB keys, etc (think paper-eaters only) * TWAIN API may display some dialogs. Libinsane cannot prevent them. * Full bed page scan only: Presence of the option to set the scan area cannot be guaranteed. You may have to crop the image later in your own application (see Paperwork for example). * 24 bits color scans only (may be fixed later) It is the successor of Pyinsane2 but shares no code with it.
v1.0.1 :: 0 :: gentoo
- ~amd64 ~x86
- USE flags
- doc gtk-doc test
- Add extra documentation (API, Javadoc, etc). It is recommended to enable per package instead of globally
- Build and install gtk-doc based developer documentation for dev-util/devhelp, IDE and offline use
- Enable dependencies and/or preparations necessary to run tests (usually controlled by FEATURES=test but can be toggled independently)