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> Pyqplayer ?, Searched high and low but can't find it
gr8ful
post Jul 6 2006, 08:49 AM
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Dave (kopsis),

Have you released pyqplayer yet?

I'm just getting started as a Python programmer, coded in Cobol over 6 years ago. I was hoping to see a fairly involved Python application that ran on the Zaurus. Also, were you planning to release your code? I definitely pick things up faster when I can see the code and the application.

Could you or anyone else recommend any other fairly involved Python applications that I can dissect?

Dave, thanks for the Python image. Works great!
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post Jul 6 2006, 09:44 AM
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Here is PyqPlayer ...

http://pyqplayer.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/b...qPlayerDownload

Sorry, realised that that link didn't have the PyQPlayer as a download at all.

Maybe this link will work
http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyqplayer/
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post Jul 6 2006, 11:06 AM
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Thanks Nilch, but the SourceForge link doesn't show PyqPlayer as a download, only these files:

Sharp Zaurus SDK for DSL
Zaurus Python Image
Zaurus Python IPK
Zaurus SQLite3 IPK
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post Jul 6 2006, 12:04 PM
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QUOTE(gr8ful @ Jul 6 2006, 11:49 AM)
Dave (kopsis),

Have you released pyqplayer yet? 

I'm just getting started as a Python programmer, coded in Cobol over 6 years ago.  I was hoping to see a fairly involved Python application that ran on the Zaurus.  Also, were you planning to release your code?  I definitely pick things up faster when I can see the code and the application.

Could you or anyone else recommend any other fairly involved Python applications that I can dissect?

Dave, thanks for the Python image.  Works great!
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I got to a point where it mostly worked, but never got a chance to clean it up and release it. I suppose I could throw a snapshot on the website in case anyone wants to play around with it. It may be useful as example code (probably of how things shouldn't be done wink.gif ).
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post Jul 6 2006, 12:34 PM
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Ok, give it a couple hours to propagate to the mirrors, then grab http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/pyqplay...tar.gz?download

As I said in the release notes, any similarity between this and working software is purely coincidental. There's no documentation and I don't have a lot of time to answer questions, but it's Python so it isn't to hard to dig through the code.

The code assumes you have a rather complete Python image with SQLite support. It also assumes you have a working version of mplayer on your Z since that's what it uses for playback. An older version used libmad and that code may still be in there (I honestly don't recall now). The libmad stuff worked better, but I was trying to migrate to mplayer to get more audio formats supported.

Have fun.
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post Jul 6 2006, 08:23 PM
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QUOTE(kopsis @ Jul 6 2006, 03:34 PM)
Ok, give it a couple hours to propagate to the mirrors, then grab http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/pyqplay...tar.gz?download

As I said in the release notes, any similarity between this and working software is purely coincidental. There's no documentation and I don't have a lot of time to answer questions, but it's Python so it isn't to hard to dig through the code.

The code assumes you have a rather complete Python image with SQLite support. It also assumes you have a working version of mplayer on your Z since that's what it uses for playback. An older version used libmad and that code may still be in there (I honestly don't recall now). The libmad stuff worked better, but I was trying to migrate to mplayer to get more audio formats supported.

Have fun.
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Thanks Dave. This will definitely help me grasp this language and developing for the Zaurus.
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