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Revision as of 11:12, 29 February 2008

In progress: This article or section documents one or more features whose implementation are in progress.
pyPenNotes 0.3

Contents

Overview

Little tool to write notes using pen and touchscreen.

This program is written in Python using pygtk. It can be used only if those are present in your environment (see PyPenNotes#Environment).

Current Features

  • Change color and size of pen
  • Change background color (even on used notebook pages)
  • Undo
  • Save and Restore
    • Using the file ~/.penNotes.strokes_data
    • You may symlink that to your SD-Card if you like...
  • As many Notes as you like
    • (1-9999, or no RAM left ;-) )
    • 200 simple Notes may take about 10 MByte (should be less with Version 0.3 - so this is a vague estimate)

Planned Features

  • Manage different notebooks (choose place to save them)

Download

Version Download Release Focus
0.3b (current) pyPenNotes-0.3b.tar.bz2 bugfix release - ignore non existent strokes-file; speed up strokes-file loading a bit
0.3 pyPenNotes-0.3.tar.bz2 2nd Toolbar + Togglebutton, Undo, Save, Restore, Autosave/-load on exit and start, serious redraw speed up
0.2 pyPenNotes-0.2.tar.bz2 color, thickness and note selection, notes won't get saved to FLASH yet
0.1 pyPenNotes-0.1.tar.bz2 initial release - can do nothing yet. :-)

Environment

For more, see Python.

The following archives will have to be installed (source packages: python python-pygtk python-pycairo python-pygobject):

python-core python-misc python-lang python-pygtk

If you want to test this and do not have a build environment, you can 'ipkg install' the python components from the ScaredyCat repositories.

NOTE: These packages take up a considerable amout of space (about 10 MByte), make sure that you have enough free space or install the packages to the media card as explained in package management.
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In progress: This article or section documents one or more features whose implementation are in progress.
pyPenNotes 0.3

Overview

Little tool to write notes using pen and touchscreen.

This program is written in Python using pygtk. It can be used only if those are present in your environment (see PyPenNotes#Environment).

Current Features

  • Change color and size of pen
  • Change background color (even on used notebook pages)
  • Undo
  • Save and Restore
    • Using the file ~/.penNotes.strokes_data
    • You may symlink that to your SD-Card if you like...
  • As many Notes as you like
    • (1-9999, or no RAM left ;-) )
    • 200 simple Notes may take about 10 MByte (should be less with Version 0.3 - so this is a vague estimate)

Planned Features

  • Manage different notebooks (choose place to save them)

Download

Version Download Release Focus
0.3b (current) pyPenNotes-0.3b.tar.bz2 bugfix release - ignore non existent strokes-file; speed up strokes-file loading a bit
0.3 pyPenNotes-0.3.tar.bz2 2nd Toolbar + Togglebutton, Undo, Save, Restore, Autosave/-load on exit and start, serious redraw speed up
0.2 pyPenNotes-0.2.tar.bz2 color, thickness and note selection, notes won't get saved to FLASH yet
0.1 pyPenNotes-0.1.tar.bz2 initial release - can do nothing yet. :-)

Environment

For more, see Python.

The following archives will have to be installed (source packages: python python-pygtk python-pycairo python-pygobject):

python-core python-misc python-lang python-pygtk

If you want to test this and do not have a build environment, you can 'ipkg install' the python components from the ScaredyCat repositories.

NOTE: These packages take up a considerable amout of space (about 10 MByte), make sure that you have enough free space or install the packages to the media card as explained in package management.