[openBmap] Version 0.2.0 released of the GSM cell, GPS logger
onen.om at free.fr
Sun Apr 5 12:54:41 CEST 2009
Robin Paulson wrote:
> 2009/4/5 Onen <onen.om at free.fr>:
>> Did you use the packages directly from the FSO or SHR feeds, or manually
>> downloaded the ipk?
> i got it from opkg.org, with the command-line supplied there:
> opkg install http://www.opkg.org/packages/openbmap-logger_0.2.0_all.ipk
> btw, i'm using 2008.12 - is that an issue?
Well I think it is. OpenBmap works on top of the freesmartphone.org
framework (FSO), and if I recall correclty, the 2008.12 distribution is
not based on it.
>> The module is provided directly by the package and should be located
>> [python site-package directory]/openbmap/logger.py
> sorry, i don't understand what [python site-package directory] means
> are you saying the path to logger.py is hard-coded in? if it's in a
> location included in $PATH, does it need to be hard-coded?
The 'site-package' location contains python packages and modules. This
is in the path when you run python apps, for what I have understood. The
ipk try to put his package into this place, and expects the directory
structure given in my last email. This is hardcoded in the package, I
don't know how I can easily make the ipk to put it dynamically under the
current python site package path (maybe with pre/post script).
So this is hardcoded in the ipk where to put the logger.py, but this not
hardcoded in the program that the logger.py should be anywhere specific
(if found in the path, it works).
Hope I have been clear enough ;-) Let me know if this helps...
>> Under FSO 5.1 this is:
>> But the FSO team has moved from older version of python to the 2.6 in
>> release 5.0, if I recall correctly. Before the path was sth like:
>> So if you have downloaded manually the package, and installed it
>> image where this is not the path, you would have to move the content of
>> [...]/site-packages/openbmap/ to the right path of your installation.
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