[sane-devel] Contributing to CanoScan LiDE 500F development.
Dag Rune Sneeggen
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Tue Jul 26 06:16:41 UTC 2005
Thanks a bunch for all the useful information and your awk scripts.
I'll see if I can get around to fiddling a bit with it this week...
Hopefully hehe ;)
Dag Rune Sneeggen
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Stéphane VOLTZ wrote:
> Le Mardi 26 Juillet 2005 02:39, Dag Rune Sneeggen a écrit :
>>I've read over at
>>http://www.meier-geinitz.de/sane/genesys-backend/ that there is some work
>>being done to get support for this scanner. At the moment I have to haul up
>>vmware with windows virtually to scan stuff.
>>As such, I'm wondering how fast this development is going, and if there's
>>any way I could help? Anything in particular that could be helpful?
>>Dag Rune Sneeggen
>>dudcore Consulting(http://www.dudcore.net) - Quality state-of-art hosting
>>and IT Consulting. Personal, reasonable, and honest idealism!
>>For geeks by geeks...
> here are the scripts I use to analyze gl646 logs taken with usbsniff 1.8. It
> takes a raw log and turn it into a file with higher level functions decoded,
> which is much easier to understand. The decode() function used by
> needs to be changed to decode gl841 registers. But the rest is OK. There are
> still a few raw URB in the results, but they are understable (bulk reads of
> Once the scripts are tuned the process of adding support for GL841 is:
> - use usbsniff to log scans with clearly identified parameters (dpi,
> geometry, ...)
> - decode the log with the scripts
> - isolate portion of it and match them with high level action such as head
> parking, shading calibration etc ...
> - change the corresponding functions in genesys_gl841.c to match the
> decoded log.
> - run scanimage to test with full debug log
> - compare the scanimage log with the decoded log and fixe the differences
> you get.
> - once a high level function is done, get to the next one.
> I estimate it should take about 20 to 40 hours of work to finish the gl841
> Patches and questions are welcomed.
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