Subject: yet another PINT update
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Kenneth Stailey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/28/1995 12:21:11
A new copy of PINT is available on alpha.gnu.ai.mit.edu:/pub/pint-0.5d.tar.gz,
feel free to copy it to other ftp archives!
This release features better organized NetBSD install documentation,
and code improvements based on a critique by mycroft. The HP ScanJet
escape code engine improvements will probably be back-ported to the
SunOS and AIX versions RSN.
NetBSD 1.0A Architectures supported: alpha amiga i386 mac68k sparc
NetBSD 1.0A Architectures tested on: i386
If you are using PINT under non-i386-NetBSD, please let me know.
If you know about PINT you can stop reading now.
[excerpted from PINT 0.5d README]
PINT: PINT Is Not TWAIN
common scanner driver interface for UN*X
Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 Kenneth Stailey email@example.com
PINT (PINT Is Not TWAIN) is a scanner interface with a portable
interface and (it will have) a scanner device independance library.
Currently PINT works on:
* IBM RiscSystem/6000s running AIX 3.2
* Sun Sparc Stations (sun4c and sun4m) running SunOS 4.1.x
* Any system that uses NetBSD 1.0A machine-independant SCSI code
(PINT still has only been tested on NetBSD/i386; if you succeed
in getting it to work on another architecture or need help doing
so please let me know)