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    Re: Help in porting Pyexpat for 3rd edition

    You can find pyexpat for PyS60 3rd ed including sources from http://teemuharju.net/pys60/pys60-pyexpat_3rded.zip. My ISP changed and I forgot to upload the stuff to a new place.

    - Teemu
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    Re: Help in porting Pyexpat for 3rd edition

    Hi, I don't know about this. I haven't tried ZSI library with PyS60. Could it be that it needs some newer version of Python and hence a newer pyexpat also. PyS60 is Python 2.2.3. Also, it could be...
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    Re: ensymble: where to put icons for listbox?

    Thanks for the tip. I had missed that command totally. This pretty much solves all my problems with ensymble. :D

    - Teemu
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    Re: Help in porting Pyexpat for 3rd edition

    Hi Magnus,

    The problem here is the S60 platform security. You cannot use the self-signed version of Pyexpat with signed version of PyS60. You need to get the unsigned version of Pyexpat and sign...
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    Re: ensymble: where to put icons for listbox?

    The right place is the c:\resource directory. Currently ensymble does not support this. I suggested this feature to be added to ensymble, so maybe we'll see it in the next version.

    - Teemu
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    Re: Python -> Sis with Mac

    I've used Ensymble (http://www.nbl.fi/~nbl928/ensymble.html). Works like a charm. :D

    - Teemu
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    Re: Sensor module error?

    I think just couple of days ago a new firmware version (v 20.0.015) was released for N95. You can get that using the Nokia Software Updater application. I just recently flashed my phone with that...
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    Re: Loading Icon from MIF file

    Very good. I hope this "bug" gets fixed in the next release, since it is kind of trivial to fix and makes it a lot easier to develop more eye-candy to PyS60 apps.

    - Teemu
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    Re: How to save a xml file?

    You can use elementTree or even minidom if you install pyexpat. One good option is also to use xmllib.py, since it is pure Python implementation and does not require to install any 3rd party modules....
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    Re: FLV video player for Symbian

    I'm guessing that such does not exist. Not sure though. At least e.g., Youtube is converting their videos to .3pg format in their mobile service (http://m.youtube.com). Some new version of Flash Lite...
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    Re: Jump line for PysS60 ¿?

    Try ”\n”.

    - Teemu
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    Re: Suggestion: Combined Python Extras package

    Yep :D

    Ok, here is the source http://www.saunalahti.fi/~tsharju/pys60/wallpaper_3rded_src.zip

    and here is the phone binary...
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    Re: Suggestion: Combined Python Extras package

    Sure, I'll do that. That is a module that I made recently. I sort of forgot to release it. :) As far as I know the API it uses is not available for 2nd edition.

    - Teemu
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    Re: Suggestion: Combined Python Extras package

    Well I did some excercises on how this kind of extras package could be created and the result can be found here.

    It contains the following modules:

    - Pyexpat (XML parser)
    - cElementtree (XML...
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    Re: HTTP onnection

    Hi,

    The difference between httplib and urllib is that httplib is a bit lower level library. So you can handle more HTTP protocol related stuff there (add remove headers etc...), whereas urllib...
  16. Re: How to make my python script run at background?

    This is a bug in S60 2nd edition. I've noticed it with 6630. For 3rd edition it does not happen. There is a workaround for this in the bug tracker...
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    Re: Where to find basic Python reference?

    And "Dive into Python" is a great book about Python programming and it is available online and totally free...

    http://www.diveintopython.org/

    - Teemu
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    Re: Suggestion: Combined Python Extras package

    I wasn't planning on embedding several .sis files inside one .sis file, but more like taking the binaries and making one .sis file. That would be a lot better in my opinion. Pkg files and makesis.exe...
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    Re: Suggestion: Combined Python Extras package

    Yep :D This is what I'm after. Maybe not all 3rd party libraries, but the most commonly used ones. I mean it would be a lot easier for users to install only the regular Python packages plus this...
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    Re: Suggestion: Combined Python Extras package

    Yep, I don't think we sould over plan this. Maybe we should just start putting together the pys60-extras package... lets worry about the subversion and documentation later.

    I'll start testing how...
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    Re: Suggestion: Combined Python Extras package

    Yes, that is true. My vision related to the pys60-extras package was only to collect the documentation of the external modules to one single place and for that some sort of wiki platform would be...
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    Re: Suggestion: Combined Python Extras package

    Phew, dude you're way ahead. :) Very good. I think that it would definitely be nice to have a central subversion repository for pys60 extensions, exactly like the one you have already done. However,...
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    Re: Suggestion: Combined Python Extras package

    Thanks. This is exactly what I'm after. So... I think I'll list here stuff that I think would be important for the pys60-extras package.

    1) We need to support both 2nd and 3rd edition, since these...
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    Suggestion: Combined Python Extras package

    Hi fellow S60 Pythonists!

    I recently got dragged into the world of writing extensions to PyS60 and while doing that got this idea that I am now suggesting to you guys and girls.

    We have a quite...
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    Poll: Re: Python for S60 1.3.22 released

    I've noticed an amazingly large performance increase when base64 encoding an image so that it can be sent over data connection. It used to take couple of minutes with 1.3.21 and 6630 and now it takes...
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