Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote: >> Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote: >> >>> When I used FSO for the first time, to workaround this, I simply >>> hardcoded my contacts in the zhone python files. It works well, also if >>> it's not so dynamic :P >>> >>> >>> >> great Idea! my contacts don't change often, so that would work as an >> interim method! :D >> >> any chance you could tell me what file(s) I need to modify, and how to >> modify it (i.e example code, I don't [yet] speak python)? >> > > I'm not using Zhone since some weeks, however I simply edited the file > in /usr/bin/zhone (so hold updates! :P) adding my phonebook as shown in > the file comments. > An example is written in the git zhone file  too at line 742. > > >  http://tinyurl.com/6r85q9 > > Great! Thank you very much!
One more (dumb?) question: since I'd rather keep my zhone updated, I was thinking I could create a file named ~/addressbook.py, which contains: self.cbPhonebookReply( [ (1, u'Kirk', '+023224433'), (2, u'Spock', '+034433463'), (3, u'McCoy', '+013244344'), (4, u'Scott', '+013244344'), (5, u'Uhura', '+013244344'), (6, u'Sulu', '+013244344'), (7, u'Chekov', '+456663443'), ] ) and then do the python equivalent of "source ~/addressbook.py" at line 742. This means that I could easily keep my zhone updated and just make a one-line change when it gets updated... but is there / what is a python equivalent of "source"? Thanks! -Dale _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community