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Project Summary

Libertexto is a Mozilla Firefox extension that allows to perform on electronic texts similar actions to those done on printed texts, adding some functionalities that take advantage of digital format. The project is coordinated by Rafael Ibáñez.

The project is comprised of several submodules. One of them is a branch of Evince specially customized to communicate with the local Libertexto Firefox extension via HTTP messages, as well as shipping some extra functionalities required for the Libertexto project (text highlighting, annotations, bookmarks, etc.).

The development process, design choices and a brief description of this Evince module is explained in this post.

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30 Day Summary

Apr 25 2015 — May 25 2015

12 Month Summary

May 25 2014 — May 25 2015