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  • Feb 26 2021 08:35
    @freakboy3742 banned @HBanado_twitter
Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
@nabin44304355_twitter FYI: We've moved our chat community to Discord. To join the discord server, visit https://beeware.org/bee/chat/
nabin
@nabin44304355_twitter
ok thanks
nabin
@nabin44304355_twitter
@freakboy3742 hey you
Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
@nabin44304355_twitter FYI - that’s a particularly rude way to try and get someone’s attention.
And, as I’ve already told you - we’ve moved the chat conversation to Discord. I won’t be answering questions here.
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Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742:matrix.org
[m]
Testing the matrix bridge
callahad
@callahad:matrix.org
[m]
Hooray! It works!
santiago casaliglia
@santihcg_twitter
Hi @freakboy3742. Great job, I love Beeware! Please, I have a Python script with requests.post and the Android app ignores it completely. Simply it skip it, without any error. How can I solve this? I tried also with httpx with same results. The dev works perfectly
Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
@santihcg_twitter Hi - we’ve moved this community to Discord; if you post your question there, we may be able to help.
Alexander Görtz
@nylocx
Hi is this rhe right place to ask a briefcase question?
i need an appimage that works on centos 7 (glibc 2.17) i figured out that i habe to build my own support libraries from the docs, but vould not find any information on how to do it.
Alexander Görtz
@nylocx
Oh i see moved to discord.
Jakub Strzelecki
@kubast2
$ briefcase create android
Briefcase configuration error: configuration file not found
Where should I run this command?
where should the configuration file show up in?
I got java, I got android sdk+ndk they are marked in the enivormental variables btw
Jakub Strzelecki
@kubast2
https://docs.beeware.org/en/latest/tutorial/tutorial-5/android.html this tutorial is clearly lacking something
dgelessus
@dgelessus
@kubast2 Hi, we've moved our chat to Discord, so this Gitter channel is no longer active. You can join the Discord chat using this link - someone can probably help you there: https://beeware.org/bee/chat/
Damascene
@uak_gitlab
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unable to join discord channel. I wonder why using Discord as it's closed source and no way to move out of it or save history.
also no way to report spammers
Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
@uak_gitlab Thanks for that... I'm not sure why you've been linked to guard_bees - that's the admin channel.
As for reporting spammers - Discord provides wildly better moderation tools than Gitter does.
As for why a closed source tool? Because being Open Source doesn't make the tool inherently better. All things being equal, sure - I'd rather a FLOSS tool. However, things aren't equal. The UX of discord is wildly better than Gitter.
Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
Looks like something got confused in our Discord config: Try this invite code https://discord.gg/AjYYm8cyQM
Cybear Tron
@cybeartron:matrix.org
[m]
Hwlo
I am interested in Beeware honestly
What is it actually
I saw about toga in daily.dev and was interested
Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
@cybeartron:matrix.org Details on the website: beeware.org - however, the rest of the chat has moved to Discord https://discord.gg/AjYYm8cyQM
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Jacob-Heff
@Jacob-Heff

[helloworld] Generating application template...
Using app template: https://github.com/beeware/briefcase-windows-msi-template.git, branch 3.9
Template does not support 3.9

Recieved this error when running briefcase create and briefcase run, how to fix?

Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
@Jacob-Heff We've moved chat to discord https://discord.gg/AjYYm8cyQM
But the tl;dr - We don't support 3.9 on Windows yet, because one of our key libraries (python.net) doesn't support python 3.9 yet.
Shahilcoder
@Shahilcoder
Hello everyone, I am new to beeware and I want to use this for my personal project. I wanted to ask can I use libraries like numpy, pytxtts and speech recognition inside it?
yooflx
@yooflx
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wwshunan
@wwshunan
Dear all, does beeware support camera?
Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
@wwshunan FYI - we've moved this channel to Discord: https://beeware.org/bee/chat/ - however, the short version is that there's no cross-platform API for camera access yet, but you can access the native camera APIs using the bridging layers that BeeWare provides.
wwshunan
@wwshunan
@freakboy3742 Thank you. beeware sounds interesting.
Colin Delahunty
@colin99d
We are trying package a large CLI tool with a lot of existing dependencies. https://github.com/GamestonkTerminal/GamestonkTerminal. I have been running into a lot of errors when trying to package using this tool. Are the errors on my end or should we look to using a different tool?
james
@james:james-clarke.ynh.fr
[m]
How do you release your beeware app as a deb package?

I am considering making a instant messenger in the future which uses One Time Pad instead of signal protocol.

And want to use beeware as its cross platform. But I would also like to package the app for Debian so it can be in the main repos.

Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
@colin99d @james:james-clarke.ynh.fr Hi - we have moved our chat room to Discord: https://beeware.org/bee/chat/
james
@james:james-clarke.ynh.fr
[m]
I don't use discord. Requires running proprietary software, and have immoral terms of service.
You know, you could just bridge your discord room to Matrix.
Matti
@mavavilj
a bit confused as to how using C from BeeWare works out
I think it's part of Rubicon-ObjC, but this seems like it's not a strong point of this library (https://rubicon-objc.readthedocs.io/en/latest/how-to/c-functions.html)
Matti
@mavavilj
it doesn't also talk how robust that is
Matti
@mavavilj
I mean, I've been strongly considering making an app on BeeWare, but it seems a bit immature
dgelessus
@dgelessus
Hi, as mentioned above, the BeeWare chat has moved to Discord (https://beeware.org/bee/chat/) and this Gitter channel is not actively used anymore.
Regarding your question: in short, calling C code is already supported by Python itself, using ctypes for example. This doesn't require special support from BeeWare. Rubicon-ObjC is for calling Objective-C code specifically - it's not needed for plain C code.
The library-specific docs that you've linked don't give much context about BeeWare as a whole. The main homepage is probably more helpful: https://beeware.org/
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