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    Re: wlantools for pys60 1.9.x

    Here is the wlantools website, I just checked and it was up.
    http://chris.berger.cx/PyS60/PyS60
    Last update seems to be for 1.4.5


    If anyone does have a 1.9.x version I (and probably many...
  2. 'os.path.expanduser('~') compatibility and user "home" in general

    I've noticed that os.path.expanduser('~') doesn't work.

    I wonder if for compatibility reasons it wouldn't be nice to have it return a specific path (even "c:\" or "e:\" for devices with a memory...
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    Re: sys.argv in pyS60 1.9.x?

    Thanks!
    Seems to work, at least for what I was currently looking for


    Nadav
  4. pys60 1.9.x: getting phone's WLAN ip address + submask

    Hi,

    Been trying to find a way to get the phone's IP and subnet mask (I need the subnet in order to calculate the broadcast address, so a direct pointer to the bcast address is good too...). Tried...
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    sys.argv in pyS60 1.9.x?

    Hi,
    I've noticed that there is no sys.argv in pyS60 1.9.x

    Is there another way to get the current execution path? Is there a plan to add argv in the future?


    Thanks!
    Nadav
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    Re: pys60 os.name / os.uname()

    Thanks,
    Its still not hosted on a public site, but that's the goal. I hope to do it soon after I finish some more testing.

    Nadav
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    Re: pys60 os.name / os.uname()

    Thanks for the reply!

    Here are some comments:



    This makes sense when thinking about writing new code, but note that this might make porting of existing packages harder, especially those...
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    Re: pys60 os.name / os.uname()

    To add one more note, sys.platform is another option, where
    sys.platform returns: 'symbian_s60', so that might be a bit more compatible than os.uname()
    (though does not cover the way Twisted...
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    pys60 os.name / os.uname()

    I'm trying to write/port multi-os compatible code. Specifically, we are currently working on a port of Twisted for PyS60.

    one of the things that Twisted does is figure out what OS it runs on, and...
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    Re: PyS60 1.9.1 and bt_discover()

    I've just posted this in another thread but since its relevant to this one as well I thought to post it here for orderly conduct... :)

    Here's my shot at writing code that is compatible with the...
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    Re: How to check pys60's version

    Thanks, that did the trick!

    In case it helps others, here's what I did:



    from e32 import pys60_version
    if ((pys60_version.split())[0] >= '1.9.1'):
    import btsocket as socket
    else:
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    How to check pys60's version

    Hi,
    so I just ran into the API change for bluetooth sockets between the older versions and the 1.9.1+ versions.

    I want my application to run under older and newer versions, so I would like to...
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    Wlan configuration through Python?

    Hi everyone,

    I would like to be able to configure an access point / ip address etc. from Python and was wondering if it is possible.

    I'm wondering if anyone has ever implemented Python...
  14. Re: Any expectation for Python 2.5+ support in PyS60?

    This is great news!

    You probably can't say how soon is "soon", right? Cause it can't be soon enough ;)

    Thanks for the update!
  15. Re: Is anybody working on the python binding/extension to sqlite for pys60?

    Hi there,
    I'm also looking into doing a python app for s60 that also used sqlite. I was wondering if you ever resolved this issue...

    Thanks!
    Nadav
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    Re: Python module for NFC?

    http://www.mulliner.org/nfc/
    Credit to Collin Mulliner, I just used Google :)
  17. Re: Any expectation for Python 2.5+ support in PyS60?

    Thanks, jplauril, that IS great news!
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    Re: Python module for NFC?

    Thanks for the reply!

    I found some code that combines j2me and a remote python controller via Bluetooth (at least that's what I think happens after briefly browsing the code).

    I'm going to see...
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    Python module for NFC?

    Hi,
    I might be getting my hands on some NFC enabled S60 phones, and I am wondering if there are any python modules/bindings to make use of an NFC interface.

    Thanks!
    Nadav
  20. Re: Any expectation for Python 2.5+ support in PyS60?

    Thanks Everyone!

    I'll go with bachelor #3 and wait a little bit more to see if anything new comes out on this issue. Thanks croozeus! (I hope your winks and smiles are more than just for livening...
  21. Any expectation for Python 2.5+ support in PyS60?

    Hi All,
    I am new to the forum and relatively new to pys60.

    I am trying to port an application I wrote from Maemo to s60.
    Apparently my code uses some lines and libraries that need python 2.5...
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