Re: [SHR] Phonelog and hidden caller ids

2009-03-14 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann a écrit : what version of SHR (or more specifically ophonekitd) are you using? Must be rather old... This was fixed long time ago. pyphonelog - 0.16.3-r0 - ophonekitd - 0.0.1+gitr603+55f1ffd482fe6172a694a2416e18627a0acc6484-r15

Re: [SHR] Phonelog and hidden caller ids

2009-03-09 Thread Natanael
Xavier Cremaschi wrote: Hi folks, phonelog crashes as soon as someone calls me from a phone with hidden caller id. There is a simple problem in /usr/bin/phonelog : the output of the error message fails because of a problem of python string and int concatenation. It seems easy to fix, by

Re: [SHR] Phonelog and hidden caller ids

2009-03-09 Thread Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann
Am Montag 09 März 2009 20:24:30 schrieb Natanael: Xavier Cremaschi wrote: Hi folks, phonelog crashes as soon as someone calls me from a phone with hidden caller id. There is a simple problem in /usr/bin/phonelog : the output of the error message fails because of a problem of python

Re: [SHR] Phonelog and hidden caller ids

2009-03-09 Thread Natanael
Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann wrote: what version of SHR (or more specifically ophonekitd) are you using? Must be rather old... This was fixed long time ago. Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann r...@om-gta02 ~ $ opkg list | grep phonelog pyphonelog - 0.15.10-r0.1 - PyPhonelog is a phonelog gui that connects

Re: [SHR] Phonelog and hidden caller ids

2009-03-09 Thread Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann
Am Montag 09 März 2009 21:22:13 schrieb Natanael: Natanael wrote: Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann wrote: what version of SHR (or more specifically ophonekitd) are you using? Must be rather old... This was fixed long time ago. Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann r...@om-gta02 ~ $ opkg list | grep

[SHR] Phonelog and hidden caller ids

2009-03-02 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi folks, phonelog crashes as soon as someone calls me from a phone with hidden caller id. There is a simple problem in /usr/bin/phonelog : the output of the error message fails because of a problem of python string and int concatenation. It seems easy to fix, by replacing : print foo +