Issue 8 in jfreesane: Support of auto-detection of the height of a page

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jfre...@googlecode.com

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Aug 16, 2013, 9:07:15 AM8/16/13
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New issue 8 by rr.m...@voila.fr: Support of auto-detection of the height of
a page
http://code.google.com/p/jfreesane/issues/detail?id=8

With a Fujitsu scanSnap S1100, it is possible to set the sane option
page-height=0 to auto-detect the height of the page. The current version of
JFreesane uses the height returned by saned in 'Parameter' structure to
create the bytes' array which will receive the image. In the case of height
auto-detect, this array needs to grow up each time a record is received. In
scanimage.c, it is what is done line 1304 by the 'advance' function.

I modified SaneSession.java in my clone :
https://code.google.com/r/rrmath-supportunknownheight/


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jfre...@googlecode.com

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Aug 21, 2013, 1:36:02 PM8/21/13
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Comment #1 on issue 8 by s...@google.com: Support of auto-detection of the
This is excellent, thank you! I will merge it in later today.

jfre...@googlecode.com

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Aug 21, 2013, 1:37:02 PM8/21/13
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Updates:
Status: Accepted

Comment #2 on issue 8 by s...@google.com: Support of auto-detection of the
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jfre...@googlecode.com

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Dec 21, 2013, 5:02:57 PM12/21/13
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Updates:
Status: Fixed

Comment #3 on issue 8 by s...@jdns.org: Support of auto-detection of the
Later today ended up meaning later this year, sorry it took so long. This
has been merged now, thank you very much! Incidentally I believe this
should allow the use of hand-held scanners now (if any of those still
exist).
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