[sane-devel] SANE Backends 1.0.31 released

Thierry Huchard thierry at ordissimo.com
Mon Aug 24 13:11:42 BST 2020

You've done a great job.

Le 24 août 2020 11:15:17 GMT+02:00, Olaf Meeuwissen <paddy-hack at member.fsf.org> a écrit :
>Hi Ralph,
>Ralph Little writes:
>> Hi,
>> Congratulations to all concerned!
>> That's a big list of stuff done.
>Yup, and in order to summarize it all in our NEWS file I had to slug
>through close to 1,000 commit messages trying to find the user facing
>bits :tired:
>Hope I didn't do too bad of a job :-)
>For the next release I'm thinking of enlisting the help of all them
>committers (and those merging the merge requests).  But before getting
>started on that, I want to merge release/1.0.31 into master and update
>the website.
>> On 2020-08-23 5:19 a.m., Olaf Meeuwissen wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Six months and three weeks after sane-backends-1.0.29 and about three
>>> months after our sane-backends-1.0.30 security update, I'm happy to
>>> announce that sane-backends-1.0.31 has been released.  You can find
>>> the latest source tarballs and checksums on the [releases page][1] in
>>> the Other section of the Assets.
>>>   [1]: https://gitlab.com/sane-project/backends/-/releases
>>> The page also mentions several "Source code" links in the Assets from
>>> which you can download the git repository corresponding to the release.
>>> Please note that these archives do *not* include generated files such as
>>> the configure script, Makefile.in files and more.
>>> A nicely formatted version of the release notes can be found at the same
>>> location but, for your convenience, the "raw" Markdown has been included
>>> below.
>>> ### Backends
>>> - adds the `canon_lide70` backend
>>> - `avision`: adds support for the KODAK i1120, fixes thread
>>>    cancellation issues, disables exposure option for non-filmscanners
>>> - `canon_dr`: improves error reporting
>>> - `dmc`: fixes compiler warnings on the scan area options
>>> - `epsonds`: rewrites the network I/O following changes made to the
>>>    `epson2` backend in 1.0.30 to fix security issues.  Network support
>>>    is still unsupported.
>>> - `escl`: adds ADF support, fixes many minor issues and improves error
>>>    handling.  Now also supports devices behind a proxy (needs explicit
>>>    configuration).
>>> - `fujitsu`: adds support for the fi-800R and a card scanning slot,
>>>    fixes a bug when reading hardware sensors on the first invocation.
>>>    Adds USB IDs for fi-7800 and fi-7900.
>>> - `genesys`: adds support for the Canon 5600F, Canon LiDE 90, Plustek
>>>    OpticFilm 7200 and 7200 (v2), 7400, 7600i, 8100 and 8200i.  Fixes
>>>    several issues with the Canon 8600F.  Adds 4800dpi support for the
>>>    Canon LiDE 210 and fixes 3200dpi flatbed support on the Canon 8400F.
>>>    Adds an option to fill dark calibration with a constant.  Adds
>>>    transparency support for gl847 chipset based devices.  Fixes CIS
>>>    scanner support for gl842 chipset based devices.  Removes lineart
>>>    and image enhancement emulation support.
>>> - `gphoto`: supports the PLANon DocuPen RC800 (with a recent enough
>>>    version of `gphoto2`)
>>> - `gt68xx`: modifies scan cancellation behaviour
>>> - `hp5400`: adds button support, fixes a scan cancellation crash issue
>>> - `pixma`: add supports for the i-SENSYS MF440 Series and untested
>>>    support for the PIXMMA G7000 Series and GM4000 Series as well as the
>>>    i-SENSYS MF720 Series.
>>> - `plustek`: fixes a potential buffer overrun
>>> - `test`: adds gamma options
>>> ### Documentation
>>> - removes the SANE Standard.  This is now maintained as a separate
>>>    project at https://gitlab.com/sane-project/standard.  HTML and PDF
>>>    versions can be found at https://sane-project.gitlab.io/standard/.
>>> - adds and updates information for multiple supported and unsupported
>>>    devices
>>> - translation updates for British English, French, German, Italian and
>>>    Ukranian
>>> - `scanimage`: documents the JPEG compression level
>>> - minor improvements documenting build requirements
>>> ### Build
>>> - removes the `--with-api-spec` option from `configure`
>>> - replaces the `--enable-avahi` option with an `--with-avahi` that
>>>    defaults to enabling if possible.  If the option is given and the
>>>    required support is not available, `configure` will exit with an
>>>    error.
>>> - improves checking for libjpeg version dependent requirements
>>> - has been made reproducable (#228)
>>> - fixes build issues on MinGW
>>> ### Miscellaneous
>>> - fixes OpenBSD hotplugd scriptlets (!375)
>>> - fixes support for unconfigured USB scanners on MacOS (#38)
>>> - various fixes and improvements in the USB record/replay support
>>> - fixes a file descriptor validation test in sanei_pio
>>> - adds missing include in sanei_usb
>>> In case you encounter any issues with this release, please contact the
>>> [sane-devel mailing list][2] or [submit an issue][3].
>>>   [2]: mailto:sane-devel at alioth-lists.debian.net
>>>   [3]: https://gitlab.com/sane-project/backends/issues
>Hope this helps,
>Olaf Meeuwissen, LPIC-2            FSF Associate Member since 2004-01-27
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