A barcode encoding tool supporting over 50 symbologies.
Encodes data into any of the following: Australia Post barcode, Aztec Code,
Aztec Runes, Channel Code, Codabar, Codablock-F, Code 11, Code 128, Code 16K,
Code 2 of 5 (Including IATA, Datalogic, ITF14, Deutsche Post Leitcode and Identcode),
Code 32 (Italian Pharmacode), Code 39, Code 39+, Code 49, Code 93, Code One,
Data Matrix (including DMRE), DotCode, Dutch Post KIX, EAN, Grid Matrix,
GS-1 DataBar (including stacked and composite symbols), Han Xin, HIBC,
Japan Post, Korea Post, LOGMARS, MaxiCode, MSI, PDF417 and Micro PDF417,
Pharmacode, POSTNET, PLANET, QR Code and Micro QR, Royal Mail 4-state (RM4SCC)
and Mailmark, Telepen, Ultracode, UPC-A, UPC-E, UPNQR and USPS Intelligent Mail.
Automated ECI switching to support all Unicode characters and automated
FNC1 character insertion in GS1 mode. Save to PNG, BMP, TIF, GIF, PCX,
SVG, WMF and EPS. Includes CLI, GUI and API for calling from other applications.
For versions of Ubuntu between 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) and 15.10 (Wily Werewolf), as well as Ubuntu flavours that don’t include snap by default, snap can be installed from the Ubuntu Software Centre by searching for snapd.
Alternatively, snapd can be installed from the command line:
sudo apt update
sudo apt install snapd
Either log out and back in again, or restart your system, to ensure snap’s paths are updated correctly.
To install zint-snap, simply use the following command: