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# UTF-8 supported.
# The name of your library as you want it formatted
name = Ketai
# List of authors. Links can be provided using the syntax [author name](url)
authorList = [Daniel Sauter]( and j.duran
# A web page for your library, NOT a direct link to where to download it
url =
# The category of your library, must be one (or many) of the following:
# "3D" "Animation" "Compilations" "Data"
# "Fabrication" "Geometry" "GUI" "Hardware"
# "I/O" "Language" "Math" "Simulation"
# "Sound" "Utilities" "Typography" "Video & Vision"
# If a value other than those listed is used, your library will listed as "Other."
category = Android
# A short sentence (or fragment) to summarize the library's function. This will be
# shown from inside the PDE when the library is being installed. Avoid repeating
# the name of your library here. Also, avoid saying anything redundant like
# mentioning that its a library. This should start with a capitalized letter, and
# end with a period.
sentence = Android library for working with sensors, cameras, multi-touch, networking, Bluetooth, WiFi Direct, Near Field Communication, and SQLite
# Additional information suitable for the Processing website. The value of
# 'sentence' always will be prepended, so you should start by writing the
# second sentence here. If your library only works on certain operating systems,
# mention it here.
paragraph = The Ketai library simplifies working hardware devices and sensors built into Android phones and tablets. It is designed specifically for the Android mode in Processing 2.0+, and includes the following classes: KetaiSensor, KetaiGesture, KetaiCamera, KetaiSimpleFace, KetaiList, KetaiKeyboard, KetaiLocation, KetaiBluetooth, KetaiWiFiDirect, KetaiNFC, and KetaiSQLite.
# Links in the 'sentence' and 'paragraph' attributes can be inserted using the
# same syntax as for authors. That is, [here is a link to Processing](
# A version number that increments once with each release. This
# is used to compare different versions of the same library, and
# check if an update is available. You should think of it as a
# counter, counting the total number of releases you've had.
version = 9 # This must be parsable as an int
# The version as the user will see it. If blank, the version attribute will be used here
prettyVersion = v9 # This is treated as a String