Linux has a "digital ink" application called xournal
. You use a stylus and tablet or tablet-PC. Write on the screen. The app captures your gestures just as a pen marks on paper. You save the resulting "electronic legal pad" document as a XOJ file type.
Micro$oft has a similar application called journal
that saves similar documents as JNL files.
QUESTION: Is there a utility that will convert documents between these two formats?
QUESTION: Short of starting with
od -t x2 mumble.xoj >mumble.log
and picking away, or wading through the sources for xournal (forget about getting any details about journal), any suggestions for how to dissect these two file formats?