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DBus Interface
--------------
Tuhi has two main components. A DBus session daemon that handles
communication with the device and a GTK application that provides the
graphical user interface.
The DBus session daemon uses the following interface:
```
org.freedesktop.tuhi1.Manager
Property: Devices (ao)
Array of object paths to known (previously registered, but not necessarily
connected) devices. Note that a "registered" device is one that has been
initialized via the Wacom SmartPad custom protocol. A device does not
need to be paired over Bluetooth to register.
Property: Searching (b)
Indicates whether the daemon is currently searching for devices.
This property is set to True when a StartSearching() request initiates
the search for device connections. When the StartSearching() request
completes upon timeout, or when StopSearching() is called, the property
is set to False.
When a pariable device is found, the UnregisteredDevice signal is sent to
the caller that initiated the search process.
Read-only
Property: JSONDataVersions (au)
Specifies the JSON file format versions the server supports. The
client must request one of these versions in Device.GetJSONData().
Read-only, constant
Method: StartSearch() -> ()
Start searching for available devices ready for registering
for an unspecified timeout. When the timeout expires or an error
occurs, a SearchStopped signal is sent indicating success or error.
If a client that successfully initated a listening process calls
StartSearching() again, that call is ignored and no signal is
generated for that call.
Method: StopSearch() -> ()
Stop listening to available devices ready for registering. If called after
StartSearch() and before a SearchStopped signal has been received,
this method triggers the SearchStopped signal. That signal indicates
success or an error.
If this method is called before StartSearch() or after the
SearchStopped signal, it is ignored and no signal is generated.
Note that between calling StopSearch() and the SearchStopped signal
arriving, UnregisteredDevice signals may still arrive.
Signal: UnregisteredDevice(o)
Indicates that a device can be registered. This signal may be
sent after a StartSearch() call and before SearchStopped(). This
signal is sent once per available device and only to the client that
initiated the search process with StartSearch.
When this signal is sent, a org.freedesktop.tuhi1.Device object was
created, the object path is the argument to this signal.
A client must immediately call Register() on that object if
registering with that object is desired. See the documentation for
that interface for details.
When the search timeout expires, the device may be removed by the
daemon again. Note that until the device is registered, the device is not
listed in the managers Devices property.
Signal: SearchStopped(i)
Sent when the search has stopped. An argument of 0 indicates a
successful termination of the search process, either when a device
has been registered or the timeout expired.
If the errno is -EAGAIN, the daemon is already searching for devices
on behalf of another client. In this case, this client should wait for
the Searching property to change and StartSearching() once the
property is set to False.
Once this signal has been sent, all devices announced through
UnregisteredDevice signals should be considered invalidated. Attempting to
Register() one of the devices after the SearchStopped() signal may result
in an error.
In case of error, the argument is a negative errno.
org.freedesktop.tuhi1.Device
Interface to a device known by tuhi. Each object in Manager.Devices
implements this interface.
Property: BlueZDevice (o)
Object path to the org.bluez.Device1 device that is this device.
Read-only
Property: Dimensions (uu)
The physical dimensions (width, height) in µm
Read-only
Property: BatteryPercent (u)
The last known battery charge level in percent. This charge level is
only accurate when the BatteryState is other than Unknown.
When the BatteryState is Unknown and BatteryPercent is nonzero, the
value is the last known percentage value.
Read-only
Property: BatteryState (u)
An enum describing the battery state. Permitted enum values are
0: Unknown
1: Charging
2: Discharging
'Unknown' may refer to a state that could not be read, a state
that has not yet been updated, or a state that has not updated within
a daemon-internal time period. Thus, a device that is connected but
does not regularly send battery updates may eventually switch to
'Unknown'.
Read-only
Property: DrawingsAvailable (at)
An array of timestamps of the available drawings. The timestamp of
each drawing can be used as argument to GetJSONData(). Timestamps are
in seconds since the Epoch and may be used to display information to
the user or sort data.
Read-only
Property: Listening (b)
Indicates whether the daemon is currently listening for the device.
This property is set to True when a StartListening() request initiates
the search for device connections. When the StartListening() request
completes upon timeout, or when StopListening() is called, the property
is set to False.
When the user press the button on the device, the daemon connects
to the device, downloads all drawings from the device and disconnects
from the device.
If successfull, the drawings are deleted from the device. The data is
held by the daemon in non-persistent storage until the daemon is stopped
or we run out of memory, whichever happens earlier.
Use GetJSONData() to retrieve the data from the daemon.
DO NOT RELY ON THE DAEMON FOR PERMANENT STORAGE
When drawings become available from the device, the DrawingsAvailable
property updates to the number of available drawings.
When the button is pressed multiple times, any new data is appended
to the existing list of drawings as long as this property is True.
Read-only
Property: Live(b)
Indicates whether the device is currently in Live mode. When in live
mode, the device does not store drawings internally for a later sync
but instead fowards the events immediately, similar to a traditional
graphics tablet. See StartLive() for more details.
Read-only
Method: Register() -> (i)
Register the device. If the device is already registered, calls to
this method immediately return success.
Otherwise, the device is registered and this function returns success (0)
or a negative errno on failure.
Method: StartListening() -> ()
Listen for data from this device and connect to the device when it
becomes available. The daemon listens to the device until the client
calls StopListening() or the client disconnects, whichever happens
earlier.
The ListeningStopped signal is sent when the listening terminates,
either on success or with an error. A client should handle this signal
to be notified of any errors.
When the daemon starts listening, the Listening property is updated
accordingly.
If a client that successfully initated a listening process calls
StartListening() again, that call is ignored and no signal is
generated for that call.
Method: StopListening() -> ()
Stop listening for data on this device. If called after
StartListening(), this method triggers the ListenStopped signal.
That signal indicates success or an error.
If this method is called before StartListening() or after the
ListeningStopped signal, it is ignored and no signal is generated.
Note that between calling StopListening() and the ListeningStopped
signal arriving, the property DrawingsAvailable may still be updated
and it's the responsibility of the client to fetch the JSON data.
Method: StartLive(fd: h) -> (i)
Starts live mode on this device. This disables offline storage of
drawing data on the device and instead switches the device to a mode
where it immediately reports the pen data, similar to a traditional
graphics tablet.
The LiveStopped signal is sent when live mode terminates, either on
success or with an error. A client should handle this signal to be
notified of any errors.
When live mode enables, the Live property is updated accordingly.
If a client that successfully initated a listening process calls
StartListening() again, that call is ignored and no signal is
generated for that call.
The fd argument is a file descriptor that will be used to forward
events to. The format is the one used by the Linux kernel's UHID
device, see linux/uhid.h for details.
Method: StopLive() - >()
Stop live mode on this device. If called after StartLive(), this
method triggers the LiveStopped signal. That signal indicates
success or an error.
If this method is called before StartLive() or after the LiveStopped
signal, it is ignored and no signal is generated.
Note that between calling StopLive() and the LiveStopped signal
arriving, the device may still send events. It's the responsibility of
the client to handle events until the LiveStopped signal arrives.
Method: GetJSONData(file-version: u, timestamp: t) -> (s)
Returns a JSON file with the drawings specified by the timestamp
argument. The requested timestamp must be one of the entries in the
DrawingsAvailable property value. The file-version argument specifies
the file format version the client requests. See section JSON FILE
FORMAT for the format of the returned data.
Returns a string representing the JSON data from the last drawings or
the empty string if the timestamp is not available or the file format
version is outside the server-supported range advertised in
Manager.JSONDataVersions.
Signal: ButtonPressRequired()
Sent when the user is expected to press the physical button on the
device. A client should display a notification in response, if the
user does not press the button during the (firmware-specific) timeout
the current operation will fail.
Signal: ListeningStopped(i)
Sent when the listen process has stopped. An argument of 0 indicates a
successful termination, i.e. in response to the client calling
StopListening(). Otherwise, the argument is a negative errno
indicating the type of error.
If the errno is -EAGAIN, the daemon is already listening to the device
on behalf of another client. In this case, this client should wait for
the Listening property to change and StartListening() once the
property is set to False.
If the error is -EBADE, the device is not ready for registering/in
listening mode and registration/listening was requested. In
this case, the client should indicate to the user that the device
needs to be registered first or switched to listening mode.
If the error is -EACCES, the device is not registered with the daemon
or incorrectly registered. This may happen when the device was
registered with another host since the last connection.
The following other errnos may be sent by the daemon:
-EPROTO: the daemon has encountered a protocol error with the device.
-ETIME: timeout while communicating with the device.
These errnos indicate a bug in the daemon, and the client should
display a message to that effect.
Signal: LiveStopped(i)
Sent when live mode is stopped. An argument of 0 indicates a
successful termination, i.e. in response to the client calling
StopLive(). Otherwise, the argument is a negative errno
indicating the type of error.
If the errno is -EAGAIN, the daemon has already enabled live mode on
device on behalf of another client. In this case, this client should
wait for the Live property to change and StartLive() once the property
is set to False.
If the error is -EBADE, the device is not ready for live mode, most
likely because it is in registration mode. In this case, the client
should indicate to the user that the device needs to be registered
first.
If the error is -EACCES, the device is not registered with the daemon
or incorrectly registered. This may happen when the device was
registered with another host since the last connection.
The following other errnos may be sent by the daemon:
-EPROTO: the daemon has encountered a protocol error with the device.
-ETIME: timeout while communicating with the device.
These errnos indicate a bug in the daemon, and the client should
display a message to that effect.
Signal: SyncState(i)
An enum to represent the current synchronization state of the device.
When on (1), Tuhi is currently trying to download data from the
device. When off (0), Tuhi is not currently connecting to the device.
This signal should be used for UI feedback.
This signal is only send when the device is **not** in Live mode.
```
JSON File Format
----------------
The current file format version is 1. A server may only support a subset of
historical file formats, this subset is advertized as list of versions in
the **org.freedesktop.tuhi1.Manager.JSONDataVersions** property. Likewise, a
client may only support a subset of the possible formats. A client should
always pick the highest format supported by both the client and the server.
Below is the example file format (with comments, not present in the real
files). The JSON objects are "drawing" (the root object), "strokes",
"points". Pseudo-code is used to illustrate the objects in the file.
```
class Drawing {
version: uint32
devicename: string
dimensions: [uint32, uint32] // x/y physical dimensions in µm
timestamp: uint64
strokes: [ Stroke, Stroke, ...]
}
```
The **strokes** list contains all strokes of a single drawing, each stroke
consisting of a number of **points**.
```
class Stroke {
points: [Point, Point, ...]
}
```
The **points** list contains the actual pen data.
```
class Point {
toffset: uint32
position: [uint32, uint32]
pressure: uint32
}
```
An expanded file looks like this:
```
{
"version" : 1, // JSON file format version number
"devicename": "Wacom Bamboo Spark",
"dimensions": [ 100000, 200000], // width/height in µm
"timestamp" : 12345,
"strokes" : [
{
"points": [
// all items in a point are optional. Unknown dictionary
// entries must be ignored as future devices may add
// new axes.
{ "toffset" : 12366, "position" : [ 100, 200 ], "pressure" : 1000 },
{ "toffset" : 12368, "pressure" : 800 },
{ "toffset" : 12366, "position" : [ 120, 202 ] },
]
},
{ "points" : ... }
]
}
```
Units used by this interface
----------------------------
* Physical distances for x/y axes are in µm from the sensor's top-left
position. (Note that on the Spark and on the Slate at least, the sensor
is turned 90 degrees clockwise, so (0,0) is at the 'natural' top-right
corner)
* Stylus pressure is normalized to a range of [0, 0xffff], inclusive.
* Timestamps are in seconds in unix epoch, time offsets are in ms after the
most recent timestamp.

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TUHI
Tuhi
=====
Tuhi is a DBus session daemon that connects to and fetches the data from the
Wacom ink range (Spark, Slate, Folio, Intuos Paper, ...). The data is
provided to clients in the form of JSON, any conversion to other formats
like SVG must be done by the clients.
Tuhi is a GTK application that connects to and fetches the data from the
Wacom ink range (Spark, Slate, Folio, Intuos Paper, ...). Users can save the
data as SVGs.
Tuhi is the Māori word for "to draw".
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* Bamboo Slate
* Intuos Pro Paper
Building Tuhi
-------------
```
$> git clone http://github.com/tuhiproject/tuhi
$> cd tuhi
$> meson builddir
$> ninja -C builddir
$> ./builddir/tuhi.devel
```
Tuhi requires Python v3.6 or above.
Install Tuhi
---------------
```
$> git clone http://github.com/tuhiproject/tuhi
$> cd tuhi
$> meson builddir
$> ninja -C builddir install
$> tuhi
```
Tuhi requires Python v3.6 or above.
Flatpak
-------
```
$> git clone http://github.com/tuhiproject/tuhi
$> cd tuhi
$> flatpak-builder flatpak_builddir org.freedesktop.Tuhi.json --install --user --force-clean
$> flatpak run org.freedesktop.Tuhi
```
License
-------
Tuhi is licensed under the GPLv2 or later.
Registering devices
-------------------
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Arch Linux: [tuhi-git](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/tuhi-git/)
Installation
------------
```
$> git clone http://github.com/tuhiproject/tuhi
$> cd tuhi
$> python3 setup.py install
$> tuhi
```
Tuhi requires Python v3.6 or above.
Units used by this interface
----------------------------
* Physical distances for x/y axes are in µm from the sensor's top-left
position. (Note that on the Spark and on the Slate at least, the sensor
is turned 90 degrees clockwise, so (0,0) is at the 'natural' top-right
corner)
* Stylus pressure is normalized to a range of [0, 0xffff], inclusive.
* Timestamps are in seconds in unix epoch, time offsets are in ms after the
most recent timestamp.
DBus Interface
--------------
The following interfaces are provided:
```
org.freedesktop.tuhi1.Manager
Property: Devices (ao)
Array of object paths to known (previously registered, but not necessarily
connected) devices. Note that a "registered" device is one that has been
initialized via the Wacom SmartPad custom protocol. A device does not
need to be paired over Bluetooth to register.
Property: Searching (b)
Indicates whether the daemon is currently searching for devices.
This property is set to True when a StartSearching() request initiates
the search for device connections. When the StartSearching() request
completes upon timeout, or when StopSearching() is called, the property
is set to False.
When a pariable device is found, the UnregisteredDevice signal is sent to
the caller that initiated the search process.
Read-only
Property: JSONDataVersions (au)
Specifies the JSON file format versions the server supports. The
client must request one of these versions in Device.GetJSONData().
Read-only, constant
Method: StartSearch() -> ()
Start searching for available devices ready for registering
for an unspecified timeout. When the timeout expires or an error
occurs, a SearchStopped signal is sent indicating success or error.
If a client that successfully initated a listening process calls
StartSearching() again, that call is ignored and no signal is
generated for that call.
Method: StopSearch() -> ()
Stop listening to available devices ready for registering. If called after
StartSearch() and before a SearchStopped signal has been received,
this method triggers the SearchStopped signal. That signal indicates
success or an error.
If this method is called before StartSearch() or after the
SearchStopped signal, it is ignored and no signal is generated.
Note that between calling StopSearch() and the SearchStopped signal
arriving, UnregisteredDevice signals may still arrive.
Signal: UnregisteredDevice(o)
Indicates that a device can be registered. This signal may be
sent after a StartSearch() call and before SearchStopped(). This
signal is sent once per available device and only to the client that
initiated the search process with StartSearch.
When this signal is sent, a org.freedesktop.tuhi1.Device object was
created, the object path is the argument to this signal.
A client must immediately call Register() on that object if
registering with that object is desired. See the documentation for
that interface for details.
When the search timeout expires, the device may be removed by the
daemon again. Note that until the device is registered, the device is not
listed in the managers Devices property.
Signal: SearchStopped(i)
Sent when the search has stopped. An argument of 0 indicates a
successful termination of the search process, either when a device
has been registered or the timeout expired.
If the errno is -EAGAIN, the daemon is already searching for devices
on behalf of another client. In this case, this client should wait for
the Searching property to change and StartSearching() once the
property is set to False.
Once this signal has been sent, all devices announced through
UnregisteredDevice signals should be considered invalidated. Attempting to
Register() one of the devices after the SearchStopped() signal may result
in an error.
In case of error, the argument is a negative errno.
org.freedesktop.tuhi1.Device
Interface to a device known by tuhi. Each object in Manager.Devices
implements this interface.
Property: BlueZDevice (o)
Object path to the org.bluez.Device1 device that is this device.
Read-only
Property: Dimensions (uu)
The physical dimensions (width, height) in µm
Read-only
Property: BatteryPercent (u)
The last known battery charge level in percent. This charge level is
only accurate when the BatteryState is other than Unknown.
When the BatteryState is Unknown and BatteryPercent is nonzero, the
value is the last known percentage value.
Read-only
Property: BatteryState (u)
An enum describing the battery state. Permitted enum values are
0: Unknown
1: Charging
2: Discharging
'Unknown' may refer to a state that could not be read, a state
that has not yet been updated, or a state that has not updated within
a daemon-internal time period. Thus, a device that is connected but
does not regularly send battery updates may eventually switch to
'Unknown'.
Read-only
Property: DrawingsAvailable (at)
An array of timestamps of the available drawings. The timestamp of
each drawing can be used as argument to GetJSONData(). Timestamps are
in seconds since the Epoch and may be used to display information to
the user or sort data.
Read-only
Property: Listening (b)
Indicates whether the daemon is currently listening for the device.
This property is set to True when a StartListening() request initiates
the search for device connections. When the StartListening() request
completes upon timeout, or when StopListening() is called, the property
is set to False.
When the user press the button on the device, the daemon connects
to the device, downloads all drawings from the device and disconnects
from the device.
If successfull, the drawings are deleted from the device. The data is
held by the daemon in non-persistent storage until the daemon is stopped
or we run out of memory, whichever happens earlier.
Use GetJSONData() to retrieve the data from the daemon.
DO NOT RELY ON THE DAEMON FOR PERMANENT STORAGE
When drawings become available from the device, the DrawingsAvailable
property updates to the number of available drawings.
When the button is pressed multiple times, any new data is appended
to the existing list of drawings as long as this property is True.
Read-only
Property: Live(b)
Indicates whether the device is currently in Live mode. When in live
mode, the device does not store drawings internally for a later sync
but instead fowards the events immediately, similar to a traditional
graphics tablet. See StartLive() for more details.
Read-only
Method: Register() -> (i)
Register the device. If the device is already registered, calls to
this method immediately return success.
Otherwise, the device is registered and this function returns success (0)
or a negative errno on failure.
Method: StartListening() -> ()
Listen for data from this device and connect to the device when it
becomes available. The daemon listens to the device until the client
calls StopListening() or the client disconnects, whichever happens
earlier.
The ListeningStopped signal is sent when the listening terminates,
either on success or with an error. A client should handle this signal
to be notified of any errors.
When the daemon starts listening, the Listening property is updated
accordingly.
If a client that successfully initated a listening process calls
StartListening() again, that call is ignored and no signal is
generated for that call.
Method: StopListening() -> ()
Stop listening for data on this device. If called after
StartListening(), this method triggers the ListenStopped signal.
That signal indicates success or an error.
If this method is called before StartListening() or after the
ListeningStopped signal, it is ignored and no signal is generated.
Note that between calling StopListening() and the ListeningStopped
signal arriving, the property DrawingsAvailable may still be updated
and it's the responsibility of the client to fetch the JSON data.
Method: StartLive(fd: h) -> (i)
Starts live mode on this device. This disables offline storage of
drawing data on the device and instead switches the device to a mode
where it immediately reports the pen data, similar to a traditional
graphics tablet.
The LiveStopped signal is sent when live mode terminates, either on
success or with an error. A client should handle this signal to be
notified of any errors.
When live mode enables, the Live property is updated accordingly.
If a client that successfully initated a listening process calls
StartListening() again, that call is ignored and no signal is
generated for that call.
The fd argument is a file descriptor that will be used to forward
events to. The format is the one used by the Linux kernel's UHID
device, see linux/uhid.h for details.
Method: StopLive() - >()
Stop live mode on this device. If called after StartLive(), this
method triggers the LiveStopped signal. That signal indicates
success or an error.
If this method is called before StartLive() or after the LiveStopped
signal, it is ignored and no signal is generated.
Note that between calling StopLive() and the LiveStopped signal
arriving, the device may still send events. It's the responsibility of
the client to handle events until the LiveStopped signal arrives.
Method: GetJSONData(file-version: u, timestamp: t) -> (s)
Returns a JSON file with the drawings specified by the timestamp
argument. The requested timestamp must be one of the entries in the
DrawingsAvailable property value. The file-version argument specifies
the file format version the client requests. See section JSON FILE
FORMAT for the format of the returned data.
Returns a string representing the JSON data from the last drawings or
the empty string if the timestamp is not available or the file format
version is outside the server-supported range advertised in
Manager.JSONDataVersions.
Signal: ButtonPressRequired()
Sent when the user is expected to press the physical button on the
device. A client should display a notification in response, if the
user does not press the button during the (firmware-specific) timeout
the current operation will fail.
Signal: ListeningStopped(i)
Sent when the listen process has stopped. An argument of 0 indicates a
successful termination, i.e. in response to the client calling
StopListening(). Otherwise, the argument is a negative errno
indicating the type of error.
If the errno is -EAGAIN, the daemon is already listening to the device
on behalf of another client. In this case, this client should wait for
the Listening property to change and StartListening() once the
property is set to False.
If the error is -EBADE, the device is not ready for registering/in
listening mode and registration/listening was requested. In
this case, the client should indicate to the user that the device
needs to be registered first or switched to listening mode.
If the error is -EACCES, the device is not registered with the daemon
or incorrectly registered. This may happen when the device was
registered with another host since the last connection.
The following other errnos may be sent by the daemon:
-EPROTO: the daemon has encountered a protocol error with the device.
-ETIME: timeout while communicating with the device.
These errnos indicate a bug in the daemon, and the client should
display a message to that effect.
Signal: LiveStopped(i)
Sent when live mode is stopped. An argument of 0 indicates a
successful termination, i.e. in response to the client calling
StopLive(). Otherwise, the argument is a negative errno
indicating the type of error.
If the errno is -EAGAIN, the daemon has already enabled live mode on
device on behalf of another client. In this case, this client should
wait for the Live property to change and StartLive() once the property
is set to False.
If the error is -EBADE, the device is not ready for live mode, most
likely because it is in registration mode. In this case, the client
should indicate to the user that the device needs to be registered
first.
If the error is -EACCES, the device is not registered with the daemon
or incorrectly registered. This may happen when the device was
registered with another host since the last connection.
The following other errnos may be sent by the daemon:
-EPROTO: the daemon has encountered a protocol error with the device.
-ETIME: timeout while communicating with the device.
These errnos indicate a bug in the daemon, and the client should
display a message to that effect.
Signal: SyncState(i)
An enum to represent the current synchronization state of the device.
When on (1), Tuhi is currently trying to download data from the
device. When off (0), Tuhi is not currently connecting to the device.
This signal should be used for UI feedback.
This signal is only send when the device is **not** in Live mode.
```
JSON File Format
----------------
The current file format version is 1. A server may only support a subset of
historical file formats, this subset is advertized as list of versions in
the **org.freedesktop.tuhi1.Manager.JSONDataVersions** property. Likewise, a
client may only support a subset of the possible formats. A client should
always pick the highest format supported by both the client and the server.
Below is the example file format (with comments, not present in the real
files). The JSON objects are "drawing" (the root object), "strokes",
"points". Pseudo-code is used to illustrate the objects in the file.
```
class Drawing {
version: uint32
devicename: string
dimensions: [uint32, uint32] // x/y physical dimensions in µm
timestamp: uint64
strokes: [ Stroke, Stroke, ...]
}
```
The **strokes** list contains all strokes of a single drawing, each stroke
consisting of a number of **points**.
```
class Stroke {
points: [Point, Point, ...]
}
```
The **points** list contains the actual pen data.
```
class Point {
toffset: uint32
position: [uint32, uint32]
pressure: uint32
}
```
An expanded file looks like this:
```
{
"version" : 1, // JSON file format version number
"devicename": "Wacom Bamboo Spark",
"dimensions": [ 100000, 200000], // width/height in µm
"timestamp" : 12345,
"strokes" : [
{
"points": [
// all items in a point are optional. Unknown dictionary
// entries must be ignored as future devices may add
// new axes.
{ "toffset" : 12366, "position" : [ 100, 200 ], "pressure" : 1000 },
{ "toffset" : 12368, "pressure" : 800 },
{ "toffset" : 12366, "position" : [ 120, 202 ] },
]
},
{ "points" : ... }
]
}
```
Device notes
============


tuhigui/meson.build → meson.build View File


tuhigui/meson_install.sh → meson_install.sh View File


tuhigui/org.freedesktop.TuhiGui.json → org.freedesktop.TuhiGui.json View File


tuhigui/tools/tuhi-gui-flatpak.py → tools/tuhi-gui-flatpak.py View File


tuhigui/tuhigui.in → tuhigui.in View File


tuhigui/tuhigui/__init__.py → tuhigui/__init__.py View File


tuhigui/tuhigui/application.py → tuhigui/application.py View File


tuhigui/tuhigui/config.py → tuhigui/config.py View File


tuhigui/tuhigui/drawing.py → tuhigui/drawing.py View File


tuhigui/tuhigui/drawingperspective.py → tuhigui/drawingperspective.py View File


tuhigui/tuhigui/svg.py → tuhigui/svg.py View File


tuhigui/tuhigui/tuhi.py → tuhigui/tuhi.py View File


tuhigui/tuhigui/window.py → tuhigui/window.py View File


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