lcdpoled

it turns out that the county of los angeles regulates the use of point-of-sale systems that use barcode scanners. one requirement is that you have a customer-facing display that shows prices as they are scanned.

after investing in a lcd pole display (for about $175), i had to bang together a way for scat to feed data to the display. and thus was born lcdpoled, a very simple daemon that listens for stuff to display.

i need to do some more work to make it as seamless as i would really like, but i think i have done enough to get us through an inspection if and when they stop back in to do that.

» software, lcdpoled, point of sale, scat
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