Version: 1.99 Platforms: Symbian OS, Series 60, Series 80, Series 90, UIQ Categories: Programming & Development Upload date: 13 Jul 10 Developer:
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Miso- is a Python for S60 utility library, which was developed in the PDIS project at HIIT. The idea of the library is to provide simple utility functions and classes that are easy to implement using native Symbian OS resources, but which would be difficult or impossible to implement in pure Python. The library consists of a single Symbian OS native dynamic link library that has a Python interface.
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Supported operating systems:
S60 1st Edition, S60 2nd Edition, S60 3rd Edition, S60 3rd Edition FP1, S60 3rd Edition FP2, S60 5th Edition, S80 6.0, S80 7.0, S90 7.0, UIQ 2.0, UIQ 3.0, UIQ 3.1
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