SANE may refer to:
- sane-backends, a raster image scanner library and drivers, with scanner support
- sane-frontends, several scanner graphical frontends for SANE
- xsane, a GTK-based X11 frontend for SANE
Scanner Access Now Easy
SANE stands for Scanner Access Now Easy. It is a universal interface that enables you to acquire images from any device that produces raster images, including flatbed scanners, video and still cameras and frame grabbers. The intent of SANE is to make it possible to write image-processing applications without having to worry about peculiarities of individual devices. Looking at it from the other side, SANE makes it possible to write a device driver once and only once. That same device driver can then be used by any SANE-compliant application […]
- The SANE Scanner Interface, by David Mosberger on March 1, 1998
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