[Zope] Whether Zope can do the job
Tue, 11 Mar 2003 15:57:02 +0800
Thanks for your response.
Lennart Regebro wrote:
> - snip -
> It is quite possible to create that type of application with Zope, yes.
> To search the scanned images you need OCR software. It's not included in
> Zope, but you can integrate third-party SW. Same thing goes for PDF
I can use Xsane for scanning. It is a graphic-mode application Also I
can use "kooka" to do scan and OCR, also a graphic-mode application.
What I need is a desktop/platform for keeping all scanned images for me
to do some simple editing/graphic retouching work. Of course I can use
GIMP but it is not for such a purpose. Also I can use "convert", a
single line command, from ImageMagicks to convert all scanned images to
PDF format as a book. All of them are not an open-box solution. Maybe
I create some script with "python" to glue all mentioned applications.
But I am now searching whether there is a more simple and
> Most likely, if you have a software that works the way you like, the
> cheapest way will be to buy that software. But yes, you CAN do what you
> describe with Zope + some third-party software.
I have been running PaperPort/PageKeeper/OmniPage/Pagis for years. They
work fine on Windows. But I am searching for a similar application from
OpenSource to run on Linux