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    Import files to existing app

    Hello.
    I'd like to know how you can import an external source files that will be added to the system's software.
    Sample:
    I have a media player, and I want to add a Skin/Language or Plug-in.
    How can i make something like that?
    And the Language/Skin or Plig-in should be as SIS(suffix) or can write it as another.

    Best regards,
    yonathan

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    Re: Import files to existing app

    Quote Originally Posted by XxXYonIXxX View Post
    Hello.
    I'd like to know how you can import an external source files that will be added to the system's software.
    Sample:
    I have a media player, and I want to add a Skin/Language or Plug-in.
    How can i make something like that?
    And the Language/Skin or Plig-in should be as SIS(suffix) or can write it as another.

    Best regards,
    yonathan
    Hi XxXYonIXxX,

    Well, you could do a separate Python script for each plug-in and upload it to a site. Then, user would download it directly from your application and you would get the data inside the plug-in script and use it in your main script


    BR,

    Rafael.

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    Re: Import files to existing app

    Can you please bring me a topic / article related to the subject - explaining the basis of interest, or just briefly explain to me what can be done.

    Thanks,
    yonatan.

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    Re: Import files to existing app

    Quote Originally Posted by XxXYonIXxX View Post
    Can you please bring me a topic / article related to the subject - explaining the basis of interest, or just briefly explain to me what can be done.

    Thanks,
    yonatan.
    Hi XxXYonIXxX,

    Well, the basis explanation I have gave you on my previous post. But if you are looking how to do that in code, you can check this article to see how to download a file from a site and this article for learning how to open a script from another script


    Hope it helps,

    Rafael.

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