pct-scanner-scripts 0.0.4-3ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


pct-scanner-scripts (0.0.4-3ubuntu1) oneiric; urgency=low

  * Apply patch from Dwayne Litzenberger fixing improper quoting
    in the shell script. Thanks, Dwayne! (LP: #799190)
 -- Daniel T Chen <email address hidden>   Tue, 19 Jul 2011 16:33:16 -0400

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pct-scanner-scripts: scan and create merged DjVu and PDF documents for archiving

 This package contains a script and configuration system to easily
 scan documents and create digital archives. It can create DjVu
 PDF and JPEG outputs, in merged and individual files. It also has
 a configuration file system where different configurations can be
 defined, making it easy to switch between configurations.
  - auto archiving in merged and individual DjVu, PDF, and JPEG files
  - auto and manual resume when scanning somehow fails
  - cascading configuration system, for easy customizing
  - easy command-line-style bash program, with useful options
  - archiving made possible with both ADF and flatbed scanners
  - built for productivity and daily use
  - uses bash, scanadf and other mainstream processing tools
  - multilanguage commandline output