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  1. #1
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    Where to put libraries?

    Hello,
    i've just took and PyS60 application from and internet website and i tried to run it.
    In the application i have files:
    *.py
    *.cpp
    *.pkg
    *.h
    *.inf

    I tried to put all of the on the folder "PHONE_MEMORY/Python" and run a file "test.py" but it report the error "No module name ..".
    Where should i put all theese files? Is there a proper folder for each of them?
    Thank you

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    Re: Where to put libraries?

    Quote Originally Posted by giapage View Post
    just took and PyS60 application from and internet website and i tried to run it.
    Are you using S60 2nd edition or S60 3rd edition device? They are not quite compatible, therefore instructions are not the same.

    Do you know whether the script was written for 2nd or 3rd edition devices?

    Quote Originally Posted by giapage View Post
    In the application i have files:
    *.py
    *.cpp
    *.pkg
    *.h
    *.inf
    That is not a python script. What did you actually do?

    Quote Originally Posted by giapage View Post
    I tried to put all of the on the folder "PHONE_MEMORY/Python"
    Incorrect folder name, it will not work.

    Can you tell where the website is and what is the "script" you are trying to run?

    --jouni

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    Re: Where to put libraries?

    I'm using 3rd edition device.

    The script i'm refering to is:
    test.py in the archive:
    "http://www.iyouit.eu/portal/software/LocationRequestor.zip"

    Why the folder is wrong?
    WHich is the right one?

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    Re: Where to put libraries?

    Unless you plan to learn Symbian C++ the files you have downloaded are useless to you.

    Contact the team behind that website and ask them to give you a signed sis file that you can install on the phone and then use Python to invoke the LocationRequestor extension.
    -- Lucian

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    Re: Where to put libraries?

    Ok, so it's about "how to install and use Location Requestor module" mentioned elsewhere is this DiBo. You would have saved a day or two, if you would have just said what it's all about! Next time please be more specific.

    The correct directory is either "C:\python" or "E:\python" - but that won't be enough. First you need to install the module and since that requires signing, certificates and capabilities, I won't be able to help you further. Too much trouble, since I haven't done it before.

    ...but it's all described in DiBo already, so you can search and study right now, while hoping for more specific answers...

    Cheers,

    --jouni

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