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    Question A Graphics API for Python for Series 60

    Is there a graphics API for Python for Series 60 released yet? I have tried several times to find one, though mostly through Google's search, but I haven't found any. I only need a setpixel(x, y, color...) kind of a function. There must be some way to set pixels on the screen!

    From the feature list topic I read something that there is an unfinished graphics API. Is it available yet?

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    Re: A Graphics API for Python for Series 60

    Originally posted by nbsinner
    Is there a graphics API for Python for Series 60 released yet? I have tried several times to find one, though mostly through Google's search, but I haven't found any. I only need a setpixel(x, y, color...) kind of a function. There must be some way to set pixels on the screen!

    From the feature list topic I read something that there is an unfinished graphics API. Is it available yet?
    No, it's not available yet. It was demonstrated at PyCon, but it hasn't been released.

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    Re: Re: A Graphics API for Python for Series 60

    Originally posted by jplauril
    No, it's not available yet. It was demonstrated at PyCon, but it hasn't been released.
    Do you have any idea when it will be available? In two months? Half of an year?

    BTW, what Python libraries there are available for Series 60 anyway? I have found Miso and it would be nice to have more that kind of utility libraries.

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    If all goes right, we should have a preview build (a pre-alpha, if you will) available very, very soon. It will include all the new capabilities demonstrated at ETech and PyCon last month.

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    Originally posted by eriksmartt
    If all goes right, we should have a preview build (a pre-alpha, if you will) available very, very soon. It will include all the new capabilities demonstrated at ETech and PyCon last month.
    Sounds great! Keep me informed.

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