AW: how to for making a commercial library for runrev (barcode analysis)

Tiemo Hollmann TB toolbook at
Wed Jul 2 06:16:13 EDT 2008

Hi Franz, nice to hear from you again! Sophisticated things you are doing :)

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: use-revolution-bounces at [mailto:use-revolution-
> bounces at] Im Auftrag von runrev at
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 2. Juli 2008 12:14
> An: use-revolution at
> Betreff: how to for making a commercial library for runrev (barcode
> analysis)
> Hello colleagues,
> I have made a program in runrev which gets the jpg data of 5 scanservers
> with scanned labels and analyses the 2 to 4 barcodes 39. After a testing
> phase with permanent improvement it now works 8 hours a day connecting to
> 3-5 scanservers stable. The project was part of quality assurance in an
> industrial environment.
> In another project (an older one) a runrev prog looks permanently to a
> directory where scanned images are stored by a scanner, and moves and
> analyses and comments on these images.
> The barcode analysis is completely programmed in transcript (500-700 msec
> per scan with 4 to 30 captures of subareas of the image - black/white
> conversions with different filters and barcode analysis). The quality of
> the jpgs is 150 dpi (normally 300 dpi is the starting point of doing
> barcode scans ...) where one small barcode line (one modul) is about one
> pixel - hard task, but there are millions of those jpgs a month and
> storage over years should not explode ...
> A test for 128 barcode (possible only with higher resolution starting
> about 200 dpi) had been successful, but was not finally needed for this
> project and must be improved for final application.
> Now I think about making a commercial barcode analysis library for runrev.
> Does there exist any standards how to make commercial libraries in runrev?
> How to spread a password protected library stack in the community?
> Regards,
> Mit freundlichen Grüßen
> Franz Böhmisch
> boehmisch at
> GF Animabit Multimedia Software GmbH
> Am Sonnenhang 22
> D-94136 Thyrnau
> Tel +49 (0)8501-8538
> Fax +49 (0)8501-8537
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