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Applications / Re: Python (was PyQt)
« on: 2012.04.07, 13:27:03 »
That's seems to have done the trick!

We have keyboard input and no CPU hogging.

Andy Staszko

Applications / Re: Python (was PyQt)
« on: 2012.04.07, 13:21:01 »
Thanks, I'll give it a try.

Andy Staszko

Applications / Python (was PyQt)
« on: 2012.04.07, 08:38:18 »
Thanks Paul. It looks like something in the last module loaded, namely readline.pyd.

By the way, I might be interested in PyQt simply because I have used wxPython on Windows and Linux
extensively and the method of binding message handlers cannot be that dissimilar.

How have you generated the interface wrappers for Python? Did you use SWIG?
I have had an notion lurking at the back of my mind for some time to get SWIG ported
to OS/2 and do something similar with wxWidgets -> wxPython for OS/2.

Just as eric4 and 5 are Python IDEs it might be nice to have C/C++ support in them, assuming it's
a plugin mechanism for language support.

Applications / Python 2.7.2 (was PyQT4)
« on: 2012.04.06, 12:46:46 »
After a recent catastrophe, before which Python2.7.2 worked,  I have reinstalled eCS2.0 and restored my working system.
I have installed Python 2.7.2 again and when I run it from the command line it doesn't respond to input from the keyboard and
the CPU is being chewed up at 99%.

This is the output when using the -d and -v options:

[C:\]python -v -d
# installing zipimport hook
import zipimport # builtin
# installed zipimport hook
# d:/python27/Lib/site.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import site # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/site.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/os.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import os # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/os.pyc
import errno # builtin
import os2 # builtin
# d:/python27/Lib/os2knixpath.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import os2knixpath # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/os2knixpath.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/stat.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import stat # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/stat.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/genericpath.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import genericpath # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/genericpath.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/ntpath.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import ntpath # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/ntpath.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/warnings.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import warnings # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/warnings.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/linecache.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import linecache # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/linecache.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/types.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import types # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/types.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/UserDict.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import UserDict # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/UserDict.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/_abcoll.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import _abcoll # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/_abcoll.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/abc.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import abc # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/abc.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/_weakrefset.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import _weakrefset # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/_weakrefset.pyc
import _weakref # builtin
# d:/python27/Lib/copy_reg.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import copy_reg # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/copy_reg.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/traceback.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import traceback # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/traceback.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/sysconfig.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import sysconfig # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/sysconfig.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/re.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import re # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/re.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/sre_compile.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import sre_compile # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/sre_compile.pyc
import _sre # builtin
# d:/python27/Lib/sre_parse.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import sre_parse # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/sre_parse.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/sre_constants.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import sre_constants # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/sre_constants.pyc
import encodings # directory d:/python27/Lib/encodings
# d:/python27/Lib/encodings/__init__.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/encodings/
import encodings # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/encodings/__init__.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/codecs.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/
import codecs # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/codecs.pyc
import _codecs # builtin
# d:/python27/Lib/encodings/aliases.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/encodings/
import encodings.aliases # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/encodings/aliases.pyc
# d:/python27/Lib/encodings/latin_1.pyc matches d:/python27/Lib/encodings/
import encodings.latin_1 # precompiled from d:/python27/Lib/encodings/latin_1.pyc
Python 2.7.2 (default, Jan  8 2012, 07:07:57)
[GCC 4.4.6] on os2knix
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
dlopen("d:/python27/Lib/lib-dynload/readline.pyd", 0);
import readline # dynamically loaded from d:/python27/Lib/lib-dynload/readline.pyd

Any suggestions, please.

Andy Staszko

Article Discussions / OS/2 book recently uploaded to Hobbes
« on: 2012.04.04, 16:31:08 »
Great! When can we have it in English?

Andy Staszko

Applications / Re: Java for os2
« on: 2011.05.27, 17:26:53 »
I tried it with Eclipse IDE 3.6.2 'Helios' for C/C++.
Couldn't get it to work first time.
Tried borrowing the Eclipse enabler but that didn't work either.

Any suggestions.

P.S. Anyone got SmartCVS or SmartSVN working?

Andy Staszko

Article Discussions / Tree View Popuplation
« on: 2011.02.19, 14:29:32 »
How many OS/2-eCS user have had this problem at one time or another (it happens to me
with alarming regularity):

You have built up a vast collection of files, images and videos in numerous folders and sub-folders.
You open the drive in tree view and then open a folder with numerous children and it only part populates.
At this point PM or WPS is shagged!

If you attempt to open any folder the system hangs.

This basic bug needs fixing: it's been around for years.

Despite all the excellent work in allowing os/2-eCS to install on the latest hardware
and the ports of some of the most useful applications and tools to this platform, this bug
is what stops me recommending this OS.

I stilll use it (since 1992), but I don't mention it or the the bug - my excuse is that I love it's interface
and the "security through obscurity".

If this OS is still being sold in the form of eCS, then Serenity Systems really do need to get IBM to
address the problem described above.

Andy Staszko

Multimedia / Re: FFMPEGCA Media Processing/Creation Tool
« on: 2011.02.05, 09:19:47 »
all mouse selection methods now work.

The target directory works fine.

Just one thing:
after files have been selected and are in the selection window, it would be
nice it they could be moved around (up/down either singly or multiple) to
change the "join" order.

Andy Staszko

Multimedia / Re: FFMPEGCA Media Processing/Creation Tool
« on: 2011.02.05, 00:31:53 »
Your'e right about multiple selections using keyboard, but not with the mouse.

I'll give the new one a try tomorrow - it's a bit late right now.

Andy Staszko

Multimedia / Re: FFMPEGCA Media Processing/Creation Tool
« on: 2011.02.04, 17:24:53 »

How do we go about reporting bugs in the GUI?

Here's just a couple:
1. Output target directory is severly limited in text length.
2. In the dialog for adding files (video so far - I haven't used the audio yet),
    there is no mechanism for multiple selection or selecting all for addition.

Andy Staszko

Multimedia / Re: FFMPEGCA Media Processing/Creation Tool
« on: 2011.02.04, 15:12:19 »
"Here it is !" is referring to ID3V2.

The note refers to ID3V3.

Perhaps the note is incorrect with respect to the version number.

Andy Staszko.

Multimedia / Re: FFMPEGCA Media Processing/Creation Tool
« on: 2011.02.04, 13:12:17 »
The text that refers to the ID3V3 tagging utility:

"Note: Téléchargez la nouvelle version de ID3V2 (par Andy Willis) - Download the new required build of ID3V3 (by Andy Willis)"

is not a link.

I am using Firefox 3.6.13

I have all the rest from following the links for "Required programs (mandatory)"

Andy Staszko

Multimedia / Re: FFMPEGCA Media Processing/Creation Tool
« on: 2011.02.04, 10:45:25 »
I just did.

No "hand" appears over any the the text relating to the version
produced by Andy Willis.

Andy Staszko

Multimedia / Re: FFMPEGCA Media Processing/Creation Tool
« on: 2011.02.03, 22:28:18 »

"required build of ID3V3 (by Andy Willis)"


Where do I get it?

Andy Staszko

Comments, Suggestions & Questions / Re: New kernel
« on: 2009.03.19, 17:18:17 »
The package doesn't contain the file "os2ldr" but contains "os2ldr.ini" and "".
The install instructions assume it's in that package.

Is this correct i.e. "os2ldr" is in a separate package or does it imply that one should use one from an earlier package?

Andy Staszko

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