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Please check out the new release 1.14 of Magic. The biggest improvement over the previous versions is that it is now a real Perl module which you can share among applications and store in a library, and it works much better with mod_perl. It now also provides greatly improved diagnostics for debugging templates.
Magic 1.12 fixes a few issues with diagnostics and error handling. Pretty much all changes and fixes since version 1.6 deal with diagnostic messages, which seems excessive, but they made template troubleshooting so much easier. I also created a revision history page describing all bugfixes and changes between revisions.
Magic 1.9 is here, with lots of changes and additional features since I published revision 1.4 a couple of weeks ago. Check it out! Also, take a look at the Patented European webshop poster prepared by Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure (FFII) showing just how broken software patents really are.
I could not resist quoting Pamela Jones commenting on Vinton Cerf and Robert Kahn receiving the Turing award for creating the TCP/IP suite of protocols:
I would like to thank all of you who kindly agreed to test the beta version and responded with great feedback. Here is the second beta with a couple of bugs fixed and the size of the executable file cut in half –
all I needed to do is remove symbols from the file with the strip utility. Thanks for the nice tip, Harry!
A new beta version of Format144 is available for download. It is now possible to select either drive A: or B: to use, and format 1.2MB or 720KB media, both 3-1/2in or 5-1/4in. I will appreciate your help testing it, so please check it out and let me know how it works for you.
I have to say that this version turned out to be a major challenge, and it looks like I will have to explore lower-level Windows interfaces for the future version, to make it more robust and user-friendly.
If you ever get a message “Unable to open TWAIN source” while trying to use your scanner, and you’ve reinstalled scanner software and/or drivers without any luck, check to make sure that Still Image Service is running and Startup Type is set to Automatic. I just spent an hour troubleshooting this problem with my Canon LiDE30 and it turned out that all I had to do is start the service.
Here’s another thing to try: add C:\WINNT\twain_32\CNQL20 to your system path (CNQL20 folder name may vary depending on your scanner’s model – browse the files to check)
The Still Image Service fix applies only to Windows 2000. To edit system path, right-click My Computer icon, select Properties, click on Advanced tab and click Environment Variables. Double-click on PATH under System Variables, append a semicolon and then the path you want to add (e.g. ;C:\WINNT\twain_32\CNQL20).
There is a new version of Format144 available for download that has a couple of improvements. First, the executable is now only about a third of the size of the previous version (only 20KB!). Second, there is a bug fix – proper generation of Volume Serial Number. And now it can be compiled with GCC, which is the reason why executable is smaller! I also updated the project page to include compilation instructions and other related information.