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    Post Using python libraries / modules in Lianja

    hi,

    I have this python program that uses GPSD to read data from a GPS connected to the machine. Here is the code that I use for this purpose. It works perfectly fine as a python program. But how do I get something like this to run within Lianja? How do I handle the imports/modules? I am a newbie to both Lianja / python, and hence the "starter's question"

    Code:
    #! /usr/bin/python
    # Written by Dan Mandle http://dan.mandle.me September 2012
    # License: GPL 2.0
     
    import os
    from gps import *
    from time import *
    import time
    import threading
     
    gpsd = None #seting the global variable
     
    os.system('clear') #clear the terminal (optional)
     
    class GpsPoller(threading.Thread):
      def __init__(self):
        threading.Thread.__init__(self)
        global gpsd #bring it in scope
        gpsd = gps(mode=WATCH_ENABLE) #starting the stream of info
        self.current_value = None
        self.running = True #setting the thread running to true
     
      def run(self):
        global gpsd
        while gpsp.running:
          gpsd.next() #this will continue to loop and grab EACH set of gpsd info to clear the buffer
     
    if __name__ == '__main__':
      gpsp = GpsPoller() # create the thread
      try:
        gpsp.start() # start it up
        while True:
          #It may take a second or two to get good data
          #print gpsd.fix.latitude,', ',gpsd.fix.longitude,'  Time: ',gpsd.utc
     
          os.system('clear')
     
          print
          print ' GPS reading'
          print '----------------------------------------'
          print 'latitude    ' , gpsd.fix.latitude
          print 'longitude   ' , gpsd.fix.longitude
          print 'time utc    ' , gpsd.utc,' + ', gpsd.fix.time
          print 'altitude (m)' , gpsd.fix.altitude
          print 'eps         ' , gpsd.fix.eps
          print 'epx         ' , gpsd.fix.epx
          print 'epv         ' , gpsd.fix.epv
          print 'ept         ' , gpsd.fix.ept
          print 'speed (m/s) ' , gpsd.fix.speed
          print 'climb       ' , gpsd.fix.climb
          print 'track       ' , gpsd.fix.track
          print 'mode        ' , gpsd.fix.mode
          print
          print 'sats        ' , gpsd.satellites
     
          time.sleep(5) #set to whatever
     
      except (KeyboardInterrupt, SystemExit): #when you press ctrl+c
        print "\nKilling Thread..."
        gpsp.running = False
        gpsp.join() # wait for the thread to finish what it's doing
      print "Done.\nExiting."
    Thanks & Regards,
    Murali

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    Hi Murali,

    With the modules installed in the Lianja Python path under C:\lianja\scriptinglanguages\python\Lib\ (default installation) you should be able to import as in your existing Python code. Check out http://www.lianja.com/community/show...Python-modules for information on Registry tweaks that may be required.

    Remember that you can also use the Python tab in the Console Workspace to test out imports (and see any error messages if the modules aren't found) before running your complete script.

    Regards,

    Yvonne

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    hi Yvonne,

    Great, thanks!

    Cheers,
    Murali

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