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  1. #31
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    creeping boilerplate

    One of the virtues of Python for Series 60 is supposed to be that simple scripts are short and relatively free of required boilerplate. However, it has been standard practice from the beginning to save and restore app.title in every script like this:
    Code:
    old_title = appuifw.app.title
    ...
    appuifw.app.title = old_title
    This is something default.py could easily do for us. It should automatically save and restore app.title, app.body, app.menu and app.exit_key_handler.

    Ken Rimey

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    Re: Feature wishlist

    Originally posted by eriksmartt
    There's already a short feature wishlist on Matt Croydon's wiki (http://www.postneo.com/postwiki/moin...honForSeries60), but we should probably start a thread here as well.

    From the wiki, the currently listed requests are:
    .........
    - Access to the Address book
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    Access to Address book definitively!

    Pietro

  3. #33
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    The Select Module...

    All I want is the select module, so I can have asyncore and asynchat!

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    Re: creeping boilerplate

    Originally posted by yemir
    One of the virtues of Python for Series 60 is supposed to be that simple scripts are short and relatively free of required boilerplate. However, it has been standard practice from the beginning to save and restore app.title in every script like this:
    Code:
    old_title = appuifw.app.title
    ...
    appuifw.app.title = old_title
    This is something default.py could easily do for us. It should automatically save and restore app.title, app.body, app.menu and app.exit_key_handler.

    Ken Rimey
    You're quite right. In the next release scripts no longer need to save and restore those; default.py will handle it.

  5. #35
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    Support for Decimal value in Form and in Query.

  6. #36
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    Now that telephone, contacts, and calendar
    are mostly supported, here is what I think
    is still missing.

    - call history (log)
    - group support in contacts

    The main idea is that, you should give user
    the ability to manage all 'generated data'
    from the usage of phone. This include
    - calendar
    - alarm
    - call history
    - contacts & group

    With the audio module, alarm api is not needed.
    (you also have calendar alarm). So, the last
    missing piece is call history. I want to backup
    all my call history to do some network analysis
    and statistics.

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    Re: Series 80 port and Python 2.4

    Originally posted by lost_goblin
    As python hacker and developer it's anoying not to be able to take advantage of the latest language features or to run my my programs on Series 80.
    I concur

  8. #38
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    Available for S80

    Port all python plattform for S80.

  9. #39
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    Get a list of all cell towers the phone have contact with... their cellid, signal strength, Timing advance values..

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    now I would like to see these functions

    access to tha messages (inbox, send etc.)
    non-interactive BT discover, please
    and maybe some extended appuifw, like some dialogs and notifications which are not implemented yet. but the BT discover, please

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    Make the Python App available in the Task Switch menu( it pressing and holding the menu button)

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    PyGame API ?

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    Originally posted by harp73
    Make the Python App available in the Task Switch menu( it pressing and holding the menu button)
    and it ISN'T ? it is obvious that when you run it under interpreter, it isn't (because it isnt an app), but when you run it standalone it is shown there...

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    [(because it isnt an app), but when you run it standalone it is shown there... [/B]
    Ok... but hmm it must be an app that to..
    I guess many of us just use the interpreter to just run a script now and then.. I would like that one to show in the list.. ie show the Worm in the task list.. dumb idea ?

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    Supporting for Asian words is also important.

    Supproting for Chinese, Japanese and Korean words is also very important.

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