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chroafjd
post May 14 2004, 03:21 AM
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chroafjd: I suspect you're having the problem outlined above; another application registered the ".csv" extension with some MIME type other than text/x-csv, so the post-installation script returned an error. I'm not sure how the installer handles this (it may vary between ROMs), but at least in your case it seems to have left the files installed and just given you an error message. Since the PortaBase MIME type was registered first, you can open PortaBase files normally. But it failed to register "text/x-csv" (the very last part of the installation), so it can't find anything it recognizes as a CSV file. Could you let me know what if anything you have for csv in /opt/QtPalmtop/etc/mime.types, and if possible a list of applications you've installed? It would be ideal if you could figure out which one did it, but even a list of likely candidates would help me track it down.

gester: There isn't a PortaBase-specific API for working with the data files yet, but you can manipulate them at a slightly lower level using the Metakit API; see the format documentation on the website for details on how the files are structured. This works from C++, Python, and Tcl. You can also export the file to XML or CSV (even from the command line as part of a script), manipulate that using standard XML or text processing tools, and then import the results back in as a new file. Early on, I considered writing a Python library for working with PortaBase files in the same way the GUI does, but put that on the back burner after I finished XML import/export since I figured that was easier to work with for most people. If there is interest in such a library, I can add it back to the TODO list; I probably won't get around to it for a few months, though.


Jmbowman, You were right. That was the issue. The original installation wasn't decent. I made the adjustments suggested in previous parts of this thread and had your program correctly installed.

Thanks once again.
Ashu
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post Oct 12 2004, 01:23 AM
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QUOTE(jp40 @ Apr 27 2004, 06:23 AM)
I have used Mysql 4.0.16 and phpMyAdmin
Both seem to work alright.

I have a full version of tkcRekall but this has some problems on the C760.

It would be ideal if it worked properly with the latest python on the c760

:twisted:


Folks,

has anyone succeeded in using tkcRekall on the C7x0/C860 device? Will be grateful if you could share your experience.

Thanks in anticipation,
Ashu
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