LibreScribe is an effort to create an open source, easy-to-use and feature complete LiveScribe desktop client replacement for the Linux operating system. A large portion of the "behind-the-scenes" code is based off of libsmartpen, by Steven Walter. This project is licensed under version 2 of the GNU General Public License.
Fix parsing (x,y) byte deltas in stf file.
|cbp2make||working on trying to fix the Makefile|
|libusb||adding .gitignore rules for libusb folder|
|res||adding improved about dialog|
|src||Fix: Renaming the Device Causes a Segmentation Fault|
|wxsmith||fixing up about dialog to look better in Linux Mint 12|
|xdg||moving things around a bit|
|.gitignore||added 'data' directory, and a way to download objects to files|
|LibreScribe.cbp||update project files to work with new layout|
|WxWizFrame.fbp||adding pen icon, beginning work on tree|
|convert_stfs.sh||wrote a script to batch process all of the stf files into png images|
|generate-makefile.sh||working on trying to fix the Makefile|
|stf.py||Fix parsing (x,y) byte deltas in stf file.|