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Zint and libzint
Zint is a suite of programs to allow easy encoding of data in any of the
wide range of public domain barcode standards and to allow integration of
this capability into your own programs.

Zint is able to encode data in the following formats:

Australia Post Redirect Code            GS1 DataBar Expanded
Australia Post Reply-Paid               GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked
Australia Post Routing Code             GS1 DataBar Limited
Australia Post Standard Customer        GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
Aztec Code (and HIBC)                   GS1 DataBar Stacked
Aztec Runes                             GS1 DataBar Stacked Omnidirectional
BC412 (SEMI T1-95)                      Han Xin (Chinese Sensible) Code
Brazilian Postal Code (CEPNet)          ISBN
Channel Code                            ITF-14
Codabar                                 Japanese Postal Barcode
Codablock-F (and HIBC)                  Korean Postal Barcode
Code 11                                 LOGMARS
Code 128 (and GS1-128 and HIBC)         MaxiCode
Code 16K                                MicroPDF417 (and HIBC)
Code 2 of 5 Data Logic                  Micro QR Code
Code 2 of 5 IATA                        MSI Plessey
Code 2 of 5 Industrial                  NVE-18 (SSCC-18)
Code 2 of 5 Interleaved                 PDF417 (and Compact and HIBC)
Code 2 of 5 Standard (Matrix)           Pharmacode
Code 32 (Italian Pharmacode)            Pharmacode 2-track
Code 39 (and HIBC)                      Pharma Zentralnummer (PZN)
Code 39 Extended                        PLANET
Code 49                                 POSTNET
Code 93                                 QR Code (and HIBC)
Code One                                Rectangular Micro QR (rMQR)
DAFT Code                               Royal Mail 2D Mailmark (CMDM)
Data Matrix (and HIBC)                  Royal Mail 4-state Customer Code
Deutsche Post Identcode                 Royal Mail 4-state Mailmark
Deutsche Post Leitcode                  Telepen
DotCode                                 Telepen Numeric
DPD Code                                UK Plessey
Dutch Post KIX                          Ultracode
EAN (EAN-2, EAN-5, EAN-8 and EAN-13)    UPC-A
EAN-14                                  UPC-E
FIM (Facing Identification Mark)        UPNQR
Flattermarken                           UPU S10
Grid Matrix                             USPS Intelligent Mail (OneCode)
GS1 Composite (EAN/UPC/DataBar/GS-128)  VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)

Output can be saved as BMP, EMF, EPS, GIF, PCX, PNG, SVG or TIF.

For documentation see "docs/manual.txt" or online at


Please see "ChangeLog" in the project root directory.

Zint, libzint and Zint Barcode Studio are Copyright © 2023 Robin Stuart. All
historical versions are distributed under the GNU General Public License
version 3 or later. Versions 2.5 and later are released under a dual license:
the encoding library is released under the BSD (3 clause) license whereas the
GUI, Zint Barcode Studio, and the CLI are released under the GNU General Public
License version 3 or later.

The home of Zint is:


The code is now also mirrored at:


For feature requests or bug reports please either add a ticket on the project's
SourceForge page


or join the mailing list at


Please note the following points...
* Zint is primarily developed for Linux. While we have some experience of
  using Zint on Windows we may be unable to resolve problems if they are
  specific to other operating systems. We cannot provide support for using
  Zint with commercial packages such as MS Office or Crystal Reports.
* Always ensure you are using the latest version of Zint before posting bug
  reports - the bug you are reporting may have been fixed already.
* Please remember to state what operating system you are using and include
  enough information to allow us to reproduce the error - including input
  data if appropriate.
* Please DO NOT post messages asking for us to change the license
  arrangements. You will be ignored.
* Please remember that Zint is developed by volunteers. While we attempt to
  answer all messages within a week, this is highly dependent on external