grunch is a package of scripts and software which can take a pair of side-by-side partial scans of an image, and merge them into a single image without leaving an obvious seam. It was written to allow LP record jackets to be scanned using an ordinary single-page flatbed scanner. It requires the pbmplus/netpbm tools, and the bash shell. grunch should compile and run correctly on almost any Unix-type O/S which supports these tools.
Release Notes: New scripts to print LP-jacket artwork on the die-cut paperboard J-card/tray-card sheets sold with the CD Stomper Pro.
Release Notes: Added a set of helper scripts which semi-automate the task of scanning an LP record jacket and printing booklet and J-card inserts for a CD-R jewel box. The scripts require the SANE scanner software and a PostScript printer.
Release Notes: Added source for "pgmramp8" program, added prebuilt x86 binaries for pgmramp8 and match programs, changed scripts to allow package to be installed in (e.g.) /usr/local/bin, added an install rule to the Makefile, updated README with additional installation and use notesand fixed a typo in the grunch script.
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