[SATLUG] Python Question
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Thu Feb 14 10:03:37 CST 2008
replace the line system_alias_name = ...
if platform.system() == 'Linux':
system_alias_name = 'system'
alternatively, you can just straight up assign the system_alias_name = 'system'
That should work.
On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 8:59 AM, Matt Kinsel <mkinsel at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've never done any work with python, and I was hoping somebody who knows
> little about it could help me here. There's a place in a certain
> I have that says "Linux" where I want it to say something else, like
> "System". I dug through the application's files and I think I found the
> section that needs changing; I'm just not sure what to change. Here's the
> class ComputerTopic(Topic):
> def __init__(self):
> import platform
> system_alias_name = platform.system_alias(platform.system(),
> platform.version()) or
> Topic.__init__(self, system_alias_name, uri="topic://Computer")
> from gimmie_running import ComputerRunningSource
> self.set_running_source_factory(lambda: ComputerRunningSource())
> self.update_time_timeout_id = None
> self.current_time = 0
> FYI, everywhere else in the application files, the "Linux" I'm looking for
> is signaled by "ComputerTopic". I'm guessing that ComputerTopic is
> dynamically assigned to the platform/os I'm on, therefore I would need to
> change that variable(s) to a static value, like System.
> Matt Kinsel
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