Mail posted on the old mailing-list the 2019/10/14:
I’ve released Libinsane 1.0.3. It is a bugfix-only release.
Main changes are:
- Various documentation improvements (many thanks to Vasilii Blazhnov
- Sane: Fix: When getting number lists (for instance the possible resolutions),
do not drop the last value.
- Safebet: Fix support of Canon Lide 30 (driver Sane plustek ; and possibly
other scanners with a similar problem): Reorder the workaround/normalizers
to make sure the Libinsane does not switch the option ‘source’ too many
times. Otherwise the (buggy) driver ends up using the wrong source, with a
wrong scan area.
- WIA2: Fix: Canon i-SENSYS MF3010: IStream.seek() can be called with argument
‘plibNewPosition’ set to NULL.
- WIA2: Fix crashes caused by drivers that keeps using the IStream after
releasing it (implies a small memory leak at each scanned page … :/).
- WIA2: Fix: When an invalid device ID is passed as argument of
impl->get_device(), it now returns INVALID_VALUE instead of UNKNOWN_ERROR.
- WIA2: Fix: When requesting the children of a child item, return an empty list
instead of an error (like other implementations)
- WIA2: Handle correctly some other error codes that may be returned by the
- Sane: Fix support of Black&White output (mode=Lineart).
- All APIs: Fix impl->base_name (previously, multiplexer always set it to
- Fix compilation as a 64bits library on Windows.
As usual, information regarding Libinsane are available at
Detailed ChangeLog is available here: