Tiffany stands for any tiff. The tiny module solves a large set of
problems, has no dependencies and just works wherever Python works.
-Tiffany was developed in the course of the *Di
DoCa* project and will
+Tiffany was developed in the course of the *DiCa* project and will
-During the development of *Di
DoCa* (Distributed Document Capture) we were
+During the development of *DiCa* (Distributed Capture) we were
confronted with the problem to read multipage Tiff scans. The GUI toolkit
*PySide (Qt)* does support Tiff, but only shows the first page. We also had
to support Fax compression (CCITT G3/G4), but *Qt* supports this.
When writing a tiff page out, the existing data is just assembled in the correct
-For many projects like *
didoca* that are processing tiff files without editing
+For many projects like *a* that are processing tiff files without editing
their contents, this is a complete solution of their tiff problem. The dependencies
of the project stay minimal, there are no binaries required, and Tiffany is with
less than 300 lines remarkably small.