socrates 0.00 is in cvs
janina at afb.net
Wed Nov 14 11:52:57 EST 2001
Hey, Kirk, dare I say awesome?
OK, I know it's not a done app, but I still think congradulations are in
order. This is an important milestone.
On Wed, 14 Nov 2001, Kirk Reiser wrote:
> Hi Folks: Well, I have checked in socrates 0.00 into cvs. Socrates
> is an interface for doing optical character recognition. If you wish
> to play with it you will also need to have sane/libsane-dev installed
> and the cvs version of gocr.
> This is just the initial release for people that want to help debug
> and work on the code. It is usable but does not give very high
> quality results. Hey! You have to start somewhere.
> For those interested you can find it with cvs at
> -d:pserver:anonymous at bumpy.braille.uwo.ca:/usr/src/CVS checkout
> socrates. The password as usual is 'please'.
> If anyone needs help getting the required packages installed and
> running you will have to drop by the reflector.
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