[sane-devel] CanoScan 700F
stef.dev at free.fr
Mon Mar 28 19:27:05 UTC 2011
Le Monday 28 March 2011 00:32:11 Sebastian Reinhardt, vous avez écrit :
> Am 01.03.2011 06:59, schrieb stef:
> > Le Wednesday 23 February 2011 22:17:09 Sebastian Reinhardt, vous avez
> > écrit : .....
> >>> Hello,
> >>> thanks for these tests. Now I think that the 700F isn't just a clone
> >>> of
> >>> LiDE 100/200 and specific structures must be tuned. The first thing to
> >>> do is to define specific GPIO description for this model and see how
> >>> it fares.
> >>> Regards,
> >>> Stef
> >> Ok, how can I help You to make it work?
> > Hello,
> > the steps involved in adapting the backend would be to record the USB
> > activity for a scan done under windows. Then process this log to extract
> > GPIO settings. A new GPIO define and a corresponding entry must be
> > defined in genesys_device.c . Then in genesys_gl847.c the
> > gl847_init_gpio function may be have to be adapted.
> > To my opinion, there isn't much code to write but many tests to run in
> > order to check that the cnages are working like expected. So this task
> > would be better done by someone owning a 700F like you.
> > Regards,
> > Stef
> Sorry, it took a while, but I have done it: I made log during scanning
> with winstone (some programms had some problems with xp). I have
> uploaded the log file of an 75dpi scan to this location:
> This file was generated by "SniffUSB-x86-2.0.0006".
> I hope this can help......
> So Stef, if there is a new version of sane-backend, then I will test it
one way to try to make support progress would be to run the decoding
scripts I posted earlier on these logs, then compare how registers related to
GPIO are set and compare to a test run of the current backend implementation.
Then change code to handle the differences.
Personnaly I haven't yet enough time to help for this model. Maybe at the
end of April.
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