queXF 1.8.1 has been released today.
Line detection will always return a line if it exists
Page setup now uses detected page size
Directory processing has ability to stop even when waiting for a long period
queXF 1.8.0 has been released today on Sourceforge.
For more details of the release, see: http://quexf.sourceforge.net/node/29
queXF 1.7.0 has been released today. It now will scale, rotate and offset a page to better handle scanning irregularities. One missing page will automatically be entered in to the set if only one page is missing from the set.
queXF 1.6.0 has been released. Details of the changes are available here: http://quexf.sourceforge.net/node/27
queXF 1.5.0 has been released today
*Pages imported with invalid barcode now added to missing pages
*Missing pages form XHTML compatible
*Added output to CSV
*Manual ordering of variables using a drag and drop form
*PROCESS_MISSING_PAGES directive added to process a page once it has been confirmed as a page in a form
Added client ability to view forms (in /client subdir). Can assign clients to forms by username, so they can review the forms over the internet.
Added support for Codabar barcode (in addition to Interleaved 2 of 5)
queXF 1.3.1 has been released. It fixes a bug in admin/bandajax.php which caused banding to run slowly
queXF 1.3.0 has been released.
New features include:
* Interactive banding of forms
More accurate barcode detection
* All pages XHTML 1.1 Compliant
* Page size modifications possible in config.inc.php
* Banding zooming works without resetting page
for full details
The windows 1.2.0 executable had a bug which made importing forms fail. The executable has been updated to fix this problem.
If you downloaded the windows 1.2.0 executable before 8 April 2008, you can update your distribution without downloading it again by doing the following:
Edit the file:
Go to line 335, look for:
$tmp = tempnam("/tmp", "FORM"); ... read more
queXF version 1.2.0 includes all updates and bug fixes from previous versions, and adds the new feature of blank page detection.
When importing batches of forms, this will make the process of handling missing pages easier, as blank pages will be discarded automatically instead of having to be removed using the missing pages tool manually.
queXF 1.1.2 (1.1.1 skipped) release fixes:
Output to file where there are long text boxes. Now will output to correct width
Also updates windows binary to use InnoDB tables so transactions should work correctly (therefore you will only be able to create a new form once, etc)
queXF Version 1.1.0 has been released today.
It contains the following updates:
*Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode detection on a form page
*TextArea boxes on a form page (long text fields)
*Included php4-to-php5 XML converter to allow DDI export using PHP5
*Fixed bug found in Windows version of PHP 5.2.5
*Windows executable version
Also a Windows executable (7zip archive) version of queXF has been released which allows you to quickly try out queXF on a Windows computer. It uncompresses a directory on your hard disk or USB stick which will run queXF without the need to download any dependencies.
queXF has been updated to fix the following bugs:
Fixed links in manual.xhtml
Fixed missingpages.php script to point to correct location (images not showing)
queXF SVN repository is now available. Browse it here: http://quexf.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/quexf/
queXF, an open source, web based alternative to Remark OMR or Cardiff Teleform has been released today.
queXF is developed by the Deakin Computer Assisted Research Facility (DCARF) at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.