PenReader for Linux is a demonstration of its cross-platform comptibility and
portability. Nowadays PenReader kernel is compilable and works on
- all Windows CE supported processors
- Windows Intel platform,
- Symbian Releases 5 and 6,
- partially on Palm OS.
PenReader kernel is written in C++ and is compilable for all supported platforms from
the same source files without modifications, providing feature equivalence for all
Current version of PenReader for Linux has open API and is implemented as an on-line
handwriting recognition demo at http://try.penreader.com. WEB portion of demo is
implemented as a Java applet, wich collects handwriting trajectories coordinates and
passes them along with language code via http POST protocol to a WEB PenReader
kernel, implemented as a Linux cgi script. PenReader Linux kernel Java applet
sources for the demo are available on request, WEB kernel call API can be found in
html code of a demo version. Current version of PenReader for Linux can also be used
directly be sending a direct http request to try.penreader.com - for example this
GET method call
is a trajectory of lowercase english a, wich returns an html file with a
unicode encoded (a). Call parameters are:
- first argument is a language code (see html source for details)
- all other arguments are single stroke coordinates arrays (x1;y1;x2;y2; ...
Multiple strokes are separated by double semicolumn - x1;y1;x2;y2; ...
xn;yn;;x1;y1;x2;y2; ... xm;ym;; ...
Current version support all languages and returns the result in a unicode from to
provide multilanguage support.
Click here for on-line demo.
If You need any further comments or have questions on compiling PenReader kernel for
Your processor or deploying currently available WEB demo - please contact us.