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    Re: Python for Series 60 IRC channel

    can i add the channel :

    #pys60-it

    for Italian guys.

    thanks :)
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    appuifw.Text() bug ?

    import e32
    import appuifw

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    class MyApp:
    def __init__(self):
    self.a = appuifw.Text() #assegna ad a un oggetto Text
    self.b = appuifw.Text()...
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    sobh :-( i hope it will be fixed in future...

    sobh :-(
    i hope it will be fixed in future python release.

    Thanks !

    (i'm tryng to make a multichannel/multiserver
    irc client...)
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    socket.recv(nbytes) on a thread

    It crash my app....
    isn't possible to use socket on a thread ?

    Thanks.
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    Re: Re: socket.send(bytes,callback)

    Aaargh my fault ;-)
    the correct subjt is:

    "socket.recv(bytes,callback)"

    !!!
    so the question remain again :)
    Thanks !
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    socket.send(bytes,callback)

    Hello.

    Which data does return the (undocumented ?)
    callback function of subj method ?

    thanks
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    yes, my fault, the 2 parenthesis are in original...

    yes, my fault, the 2 parenthesis are in original code and not work as i have posted.
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    socket doesn't.... close ?!?

    Hi.

    I'm writing a simple irc client, but, if i try this
    code:

    ---
    import sys
    import socket
    import string
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    Re: Re: Sending and recving on a socket?

    where can i find PDIS library ?
    And an example of the use of recv method of
    non standard api ?
    (does it return the read text to the callback function ?)

    thanks.
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    try with HOST="localhost" or "127.0.0.1"

    try with HOST="localhost" or "127.0.0.1"
  11. Thread: screen blink

    by sznever
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    screen blink

    hello.

    is possible to make the screen blink with
    python for s60 , if yes, how ?

    (some samples are welcome thanks :))
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    Try this: ...

    Try this:

    http://www.symbianware.com/product.php?id=screentaker60&pl=n3650

    Its freeware and works perfect.
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