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    Source Code for API PDF Doc

    Hello,

    Could anyone point me at the source-code to the PDF of the API please? I've had a poke round the SVN repos on sourceforge but I've failed to find it.

    The reason I'm asking is because I'd like to have the doc in a format I can easily use on my phone hand-set. See http://dadhacker.blogspot.com/2007/0...doc-on-my.html

    Any pointers greatfully received.

    Dave.
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    Re: Source Code for API PDF Doc

    Hello goopot

    A PDF to Work Converter will do for you(If you have the intended PDF Files)
    Also In Adobe Reader you can directly copy paste the whole pdf to a word document.
    Hope the .doc text file work on your mobile.
    Which device do you use?

    Hope that helps
    Pankaj Nathani
    www.croozeus.com

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    Re: Source Code for API PDF Doc

    For reasons of geek-challenge I'm trying to get my Nokia E61 to work as a python dev environment *without* using a PC. The convert PDF plan will obviously work, but not from my phone. I was thinking that if I could find some source-code for the doc then I might be able to strip it down to something that I could read in a text file.

    Dave.
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    Re: Source Code for API PDF Doc

    Quote Originally Posted by goopot View Post
    I was thinking that if I could find some source-code for the doc then I might be able to strip it down to something that I could read in a text file.
    The current documentation is included in the "pys60-1.4.0_src.zip"-package - download it from the SourceForge and see the folder "src\Doc". The makefile should support at least HTML format out-of-the-box, see the the accompanied README-files for more information on document compilation.

    The system utilized for the PyS60 API document compilation is the same system as is used in Python (from version 2.2.2 if I remember correctly).

    Hope this helps and good luck with your challenge.

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