[sane-devel] sane.h and commented out definitions for next version SANE

Ilmārs Poikāns ilmars at delibero.lv
Mon Apr 26 17:45:44 UTC 2010


As I understood code in sane.h commented out with "#if 0" is for next
version SANE. Isn't it better to have one switch like SANE_API_2 in
sane.h instead of two "#if 0"? See patch to current git master in
attachment (previous patch I sent was other way round). Then there is
flexibility to switch on/off new features with one #define in code or
by passing argument to gcc. WIth those changes old sane-frontends
compiles successfully (except you need to either add #define
SANE_API_2 1 to scanadf.c or pass additional argument when compiling
during make).

Best regards,
Ilmars Poikans
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