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Scan2Database

   0.5  

KDE Kommander Script

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Scan2Database
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  893
Submitted:  Feb 23 2006
Updated:  Mar 10 2006

Description:

Scan2Database consist of a kommander script that will allow you to scan a specified number of pages, using a sane supported scanning device, which are then merged into a single djvu or PDF file (PDF files are zipped to save disk space). The file is then being stored in a folder on your disk drive.
The filename, a description, a category and a date are stored in a MySQL database.
Files can be search for retrieved and deleted via a webinterface.




Changelog:

2006-03-10 15:22

* released Version 0.5
* further improved the website. The look is now controled entirely using the css file.
* changed the over all look of the webinterface a bit.
* cleaned up some php code.
* added a (more or less) unique identifier to the filename when inserting
an existing file through the web interface.
* changed the default mode to lineart and 300 dpi (due to really small file size when using
dvju instead of pdf files).


2006-03-02 16:35

* improved the website
* added entry deletion functionality
* added file upload from webpage functionality in case file already exists
* added filter functionality to display entries by categories


2006-02-27 10:25

* fixed the database routine to get the categories.

2006-02-25 22:54

* released version 0.3
* added support for djvu output resulting in MUCH smaller files (Thank$
*trink* for letting me know about them djvu files!)
* The actual scanning of documents is now done using external
scripts: djvh.sh and pdf.sh which are called depending on user
choice.
* changed the app to scan page after page in "multiple pages" mode
until user aborts the scanning process.
* made the application multiuser aware by storing Database info and
webtree location in a local user file ($HOME/.scan2database).




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 incorporation

 
 by asciiwhite on: Feb 24 2006
 
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Hello,

How about adding support for Tellico?


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 Re: Tellico

 
 by helmerj on: Feb 24 2006
 
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That does sound like a good idea. I have to admit that I have never used Tellico before so I will look into it.

Cheers Juergen


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 djvu

 
 by trink on: Feb 24 2006
 
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What's about scanning into a djvu-document instead of pdf?


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 Re: djvu

 
 by helmerj on: Feb 24 2006
 
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Hi!

I do have some questions about djvu files:

1. How would I convert a pnm or tif file (output of scanimage) to a djvu file?

2. How would I merge multiple files (again pnm or tif) into a single djvu file?

If you have some pointers I can implement that for one of the next versions.
I will look into it to see how it can be done.

Thanks for the feedback!

Cheers Juergen


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 Re: Re: djvu

 
 by trink on: Feb 25 2006
 
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Hi!

To combine several djvu-files in one:
djvm -c new.djvu file1.djvu file2.djvu


To convert:
cpaldjvu infile.pnm outfile.djvu
c44 infile.pnm outfile.djvu
cjb2 infile.pbm outfile.djvu


For more information:
man djvu
http://djvulibre.djvuzone.org/
http://www.planetdjvu.com/how_to_scan_multipage_documents_to_djvu_in_x.htm

Greetings
Andreas


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 Re: Re: djvu

 
 by fungs on: Feb 26 2006
 
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At least you can merge many tif files before you convert them to djvu. For more information see http://www.djvuzone.org/wid/


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 Re: Re: djvu

 
 by bengan on: Nov 10 2006
 
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Regarding the convertion. I'm not sure but you could use pbmtodjvurle to do someting like that. It's part of Netpbm.


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 Re: Re: Re: djvu

 
 by bengan on: Nov 10 2006
 
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Really stupid reply of me. Reading and answering before I read all. Sorry.


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