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> Pysol Over 200 Solitaire Games
post Mar 18 2007, 01:00 AM
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I have been trying to run pysol (http://www.happypenguin.org/show?PySol) in pdaxrom.
What i did was download the pysol packages for debian.
and then use meanie's deb2ipk script to convert them to ipks. Note the conversion failed in the zaurus due to lack in memory and i had to do it in my desktop for pysol-cardsets_4.40-3_all.deb.
Then i compiled the pysolsound server. I have uploaded it here. I then placed it in /usr/lib/python2.4/lib-dynload/ but you can also put it in /usr/share/games/pysol/ where pysol gets installed when you install the converted ipks. You need SDL, SDL-mixer and smpeg for the sound server to work.
If you have a base python install like me then you will also need many python packages when you can copy from the python full package. They are

in /usr/lib/python2.4
UserList.pyc htmlentitydefs.pyc markupbase.pyc sgmllib.pyc
formatter.pyc htmllib.pyc pickle.pyc

in /usr/lib/python2.4/lib-dynload

in /usr/lib/python2.4/lib-tk
Canvas.pyc FixTk.pyc Tix.pyc Tkinter.pyc tkFileDialog.pyc tkSimpleDialog.pyc
Dialog.pyc ScrolledText.pyc Tkconstants.pyc tkColorChooser.pyc tkFont.pyc turtle.pyc
FileDialog.pyc SimpleDialog.pyc Tkdnd.pyc tkCommonDialog.pyc tkMessageBox.pyc

Oh yes you also need tcl, tk packages and then you are ready.

the debian package installs a script /usr/games/pysol which you can use to run pysol.

Finally I would like to ask for someone with more ipk tools experience than me to package all these files to nice packages.

The result is over 200 high quality solitaire games with lots of cardsets and nice music.

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