This release runs on S60 3rd edition, S60 3rd edition FP1, S60 3rd edition FP2 and S60 5th edition devices.
The release includes: - Installer for Windows platform that includes ----- Getting started guide ----- Nocs signed PyS60 runtime sis which will work on S60 3rdEd, 3rdEdFP1, 3rdEdFP2 and 5thEd devices. ----- Two Nocs signed default capability set PythonScriptShell sis files. ----- Nocs signed high capas PythonScriptShell sis. This sis file comes with higher capabilities than self signed (SwEvent, WriteDeviceData, ReadDeviceData) ----- Unsigned developer certificate PythonScriptShell sis. This sis file can be used for Symbian signing. ----- Application packaging tool with GUI and README ----- Python HTML documentation updated with S60 module reference - Separate SDK zips for 3rdEdFP1 and 3rdEdFP2. SDK zip contains both gcce and armv5 link libraries. Python 3rdEdFP2 SDK zip will work fine on S60 3rdEd and 5thEd - OpenC SDK plugin for 3rdEd devices. This zip file needs to be extracted on top of Python 3rdEdFP2 SDK zip to get Python working on S60 3rdEd SDK. - Python source code - OpenSSL source code. This source code is released just to be in complaint with the terms of LGPL licensed software. This source code is nothing to do with PyS60 software.
What is new when compared with PyS60 1.9.5?
- Support for a virtual 4-way directional pad is added for Canvas and text widgets. This D-Pad is displayed at the bottom of the screen and this feauture is enabled by default on touch enabled devices. Currently, this is supported only in the portrait mode and landscape support will be available in a future release. The 'full_max' mode is invalidated by this change and is removed in this release.
- The modules in the base runtime is more refined and hence the size of application SIS, created using PyS60 Application Packager is reduced.
- A new chapter is added in the PyS60 documentation (Extending and Embedding PyS60), that is an end-to-end tutorial for creating 3rd party extention modules and distributing them.
Corrected defects: 3223 - Floating point formatting/parsing routines on this platform are imprecise 4078 - socket.access_points() returns iapid 0 for lots of entries 4106 - Problems exiting standalone apps 4185 - Calendar module returns end time with time zone offset added to Unix time 4186 - Using rollback in calendar module returns error 4198 - Screen orientation remains landscape after exit, while device was portrait all the time 4215 - default.py cannot load .pyc files 4216 - sys.exit() doesn't exit Python
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