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    Any idea when the next update is pys60 coming

    With the latest firmware update for N97 pretty much all python apps are broken due to the kinetic scrolling. Pys60 devs, any idea when the update is coming to address this issue?

    Raf
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    Hope that comes sooner

    hello raf1hh

    you have a taken a very valid point but there are no signs of update from the Team yet, its really being a long time PyS60 1.9.7 was released.
    Hope we see the update sooner.

    Regards,

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    Re: Hope that comes sooner

    Quote Originally Posted by gaba88 View Post
    Hope we see the update sooner.
    Me too. mktime() bug is blocking me to use 1.9.7

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    Re: Hope that comes sooner

    Quote Originally Posted by marcelobarrosalmeida View Post
    Me too. mktime() bug is blocking me to use 1.9.7
    Leonid Shevtsov post a workaround for this bug:

    Code:
    import calendar
    # Tested on 5800XM. The only difference is that it returns an integer, not a float.
    def mktime_fixed(time_tuple):
        return calendar.timegm(time_tuple)+time.timezone

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    Re: Hope that comes sooner

    Another solution is to use

    Code:
    strftime('%s')
    to get seconds from a time tuple. This is not documented python, but it works on my e63

    For example
    Code:
    secs = float(date.strftime('%s'))

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    Re: Hope that comes sooner

    Quote Originally Posted by foosion View Post
    Another solution is to use

    Code:
    strftime('%s')
    to get seconds from a time tuple. This is not documented python, but it works on my e63

    For example
    Code:
    secs = float(date.strftime('%s'))
    Thanks, foosion. I think now I have alternatives to move to 1.9.7 :-)

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