A GTK-Based Graphical Scanning Front-End for SANE

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XSane does not support any scanners itself. XSane uses the SANE library
to talk to scanners that are supported by SANE.

XSane is designed for acquiring images with scanners (there are other
devices like cameras and video devices supported by SANE, but XSane is
not designed for that purpose). You can scan to file, make a photocopy,
create a fax, and start XSane from the GIMP as a GIMP plug-in.

XSane may not work correctly or you may not be able to take full
advantage of all functions if you do not configure XSane correctly. See
the documentation at /usr/share/sane/xsane/doc/sane-xsane-doc.html.

The XSane home page is http://www.xsane.org/.

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no-eula.patch 0000001364 1.33 KB over 12 years
remove-non-working-help.patch 0000001187 1.16 KB over 13 years
xdg-open-as-default-browser.patch 0000000299 299 Bytes about 15 years
xsane-0.998.tar.bz2 0002307474 2.2 MB over 12 years
xsane-desktop.patch 0000000312 312 Bytes almost 14 years
xsane-libpng15.patch 0000000892 892 Bytes over 10 years
xsane-memory-leak.diff 0000000760 760 Bytes about 10 years
xsane.changes 0000016419 16 KB about 10 years
xsane.spec 0000005981 5.84 KB about 10 years
xsane_fix_pdf_floats.patch 0000001976 1.93 KB over 13 years
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