Daniel Reetz, the founder of the DIY Book Scanner community, has recently started making videos of prototyping and shop tips. If you are tinkering with a book scanner (or any other project) in your home shop, these tips will come in handy. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn0gq8 ... g_8K1nfInQ

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Discussions, questions, comments, ideas, and your projects having to do with DIY Book Scanner software. This includes the Stereo Data Maker software for the cameras, post-processing software, utilities, OCR packages, and so on.
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Re: openSUSE packages

Post by Lazy_Kent » 08 Nov 2010, 14:04

ocrodjvu-0.7.0 is released. Itself and all dependent programs support Tesseract 3 OCR engine now.

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Re: openSUSE packages

Post by dingodog » 14 Nov 2010, 13:28

Dear Lazy kant

since I (and many other) not use Suse, can you wrap your apps in order to make these distro-indipendent and portable?

you can do this thanks to cde

http://stanford.edu/~pgbovine/cde.html

simply type:

Code: Select all

cde app
and a cde-package dir will be created, with alll dependencies

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Re: openSUSE packages

Post by Lazy_Kent » 14 Nov 2010, 13:43

dingodog

What apps are you interested in?
I will try. But first I need to package CDE itself.

BTW, jbig2enc package are updated. I compiled it against shared Leptonica library v1.67.
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Re: openSUSE packages

Post by daniel_reetz » 14 Nov 2010, 13:46

I was really excited to see CDE. I really appreciate your presence here, your updates, and your work on Linux, Lazy_Kent and dingodog! Your expertise is highly appreciated, especially the examples you've posted.

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Re: openSUSE packages

Post by Lazy_Kent » 20 Nov 2010, 15:55

I've packaged PDFBeads.
Package is named rubygem-pdfbeads.
http://software.opensuse.org/search?q=rubygem-pdfbeads


P.S. I tested CDE. It works.

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Re: openSUSE packages

Post by dingodog » 28 Nov 2010, 20:14

Dear Lazy Kent

excuse me for delay in reply. I suffered serious hardware failure and I'm back online only yesterday

can you kindly try to package (with cde)

*PDFbeads*?
- http://diybookscanner.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=683

thanks in advance

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Re: openSUSE packages

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Re: openSUSE packages

Post by dingodog » 30 Nov 2010, 07:43

not working (cde is not yet perfect)

I'll report this issue to cde developer

thanks anyway, I think to install OpenSuse

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Re: openSUSE packages

Post by Lazy_Kent » 18 Mar 2011, 17:20

New package for openSUSE users — djvubind.
http://software.opensuse.org/search?q=d ... debug=true

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Re: openSUSE packages

Post by Lazy_Kent » 08 Apr 2011, 16:39

New package for openSUSE users — DiffPDF
http://software.opensuse.org/search?q=D ... debug=true

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