|More python stuff
||[Feb. 5th, 2006|03:27 pm]
nmea_info.py, which handles invalid locations (where there's no GPS fix) better. Firstly, I've put out a new version of |
Secondly, I have written log_location.py. This waits until it has a valid GPS fix from enough satellites (or you override), then opens up a web browser to a specified location (including the lat and long as URL parameters). This lets you upload your location to some tracking software, fire off a moblog post with your location attached, or any number of other things. Do let me know of cool uses :)
For that, I needed to be able to open the web browser. It seems that webbrowser.py didn't exist for series 60, so I had to give in and write my own. This version of webbrowser.py will find the nokia "services" browser, or opera, and load a URL in them in the usual way.