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  • v0.0.0-gtk2   Last Gtk2 version
    91d9eb5c · README: Fix links again ·
  • v0.1-testing   v0.1-testing
  • 0.1   0.1
    12710929 · Add MANIFEST.in ·
    Release 0.1

    Hello,

    After many years of heavy R&D, 3 heart attacks due to caffeine abuse, and 2 divorces, it's finally here : Paperwork 0.1, the perfect solution for the lazy guys who want to sort easily their paperwork (or not).

    The main functionnailities are:

    • automatic OCR & indexation
    • automatic page orientation detection
    • scanner feeder support
    • PDF and images import
    • labels
    • quick image editing

    A Git tag has been created : https://github.com/jflesch/paperwork/releases/tag/0.1 A Git branch 'stable' has been created (it will always point to the last released version).

    Enjoy :)

  • 0.1.1   0.1.1
    3cb05420 · Add ChangeLog ·
  • 0.1.2
    3ffbf26e · 0.1.2 ·
  • 0.1.3   0.1.3
    c6b14a41 · 0.1.3 ·
  • 0.2   0.2
    c2b632d1 · aboutdialog: v0.2 ·
    Release 0.2

    Hello,

    1 year, 1 month, and 13 days after the release of Paperwork 0.1, here is Paperwork 0.2. This new release brings mainly many GUI improvements and a feature called 'label prediction' (so you can be even more lazy when scanning).

    To be more specific, changes are:

    • Improved search : whoosh.FuzzyTerm is now used
    • Label look has been improved
    • Menu bar has been removed and replaced by an application menu
    • Label prediction : when a new document is scanned, predicted labels are automatically set on it
    • Pages are not displayed separately anymore (you can scroll directly from one to another)
    • New settings:
      • scan source
      • number of page orientations to try
      • OCR can be disabled
    • Scans are displayed in real time
    • And of course, new bugs .. :-)

    Also, here are the new additional dependencies (used for label prediction):

    • joblib
    • numpy
    • scipy
    • scikit-learn
    • scikit-image

    The git branch 'stable' has been renamed 'old-stable-0.1.x'. The git branch 'testing' has been renamed 'stable'.

    Enjoy :-)

  • 0.2.1   0.2.1
    a855b2fc · 0.2.1 ·
  • 0.2.2   0.2.2
    12706cef · 0.2.2 ·
  • 0.2.3   0.2.3
    ec452d9e · 0.2.3: ·
  • 0.2.4   0.2.4
    dd9d1f86 · 0.2.4: ·
  • 0.2.5   0.2.5
    9c0482dd · 0.2.5 ·
  • 0.3.0   0.3.0
    d6fc92e7 · 0.3.0 ·
    Release 0.3.0

    Hello,

    I'm pleased to announce the release of Paperwork 0.3.0, code-named "ooh shiny !" :).

    This new releases brings mainly a revamped GUI, and less dependencies.

    To be more specific, changes are:

    • GUI revamped:
      • New document list
      • Label list merged with the document list, using sliding panes
      • Reduced toolbars, integrated in the header bars
      • A new dialog to make easily advanced searches
    • Scikit and Numpy are not used anymore for label prediction. They have been replaced by simplebayes to make packaging Paperwork in distributions easier.
    • gir1.2-gladeui has also been removed from the dependency list (obsolete/unused anymore).

    I want to thank all the people who contributed to this release (code contributors, translators, testers, etc). With special thanks to Mathieu Jourdan, who contributed to this new GUI by providing excellent ideas and mockups[1] and by also coding a piece of it.

    Enjoy :-)

  • 0.3.0.1   0.3.0.1
    24c3a74e · 0.3.0.1 ·
  • 0.3.1   0.3.1
    6fb10070 · 0.3.1: ·
  • 0.3.1.1   0.3.1.1
    d51570d8 · 0.3.1.1 ·
  • 0.3.2   0.3.2
    c93a5cc2 · 0.3.2 ·
  • 1.0   1.0
    21b9a80a · Prepare 1.0 ·
    Release 1.0

    Hello,

    I'm pleased to announce the release of Paperwork 1.0, code-named "it's about time !" :).

    This new release brings a lot of changes. A lot of them are actually internal (Python 3, etc).

    Main changes are:

    • Export: generated PDF now includes the text from the OCR
    • 'paperwork-chkdeps' has been replaced by 'paperwork-shell'
    • Export: Add an option to automatically simplify the content (makes the output files smaller in size)
    • Page editing: Add an option to adjust automatically colors
    • Allow scrolling using the middle click
    • Split backend and frontend (separate Python packages and separate Git repositories)
    • Switch to Python 3
    • Switch from Pyinsane to Pyinsane2
    • Add a dialog to help bug diagnostics
    • Windows portage is in progress

    A more detailed list of changes is available in the ChangeLog : https://github.com/jflesch/paperwork/blob/stable/ChangeLog As usual, installation and update instructions are available here : https://github.com/jflesch/paperwork/#installation

    I would also like to thank all the people who contributed to Paperwork in any manner (code, translations, bug reports, etc).

    Enjoy :-)

  • 1.0.1   1.0.1
    b1cb2307 · 1.0.1 ·
  • 1.0.2   1.0.2
    751eb0c0 · 1.0.2 ·
    Release 1.0.2

    2016/11/13 - 1.0.2:

    • Fix export dialog:
      • Don't use GtkWidget.set_visible(False) / GtkWidget.set_visible(True) anymore to avoid weird GTK behavior when reopening
      • Fix endless loop that occured with some versions of the GLib
    • French translations: "Scanner" --> "Numeriser"
    • Windows support: Fix translations support
    • CSS: Add small padding to make sure the GtkEntry and GtkButton in the header bar all have the same heights on all environments.
    • Fix menu icon: Add PNG versions of the PAperwork icon.