• eric

    Thx for your reply JonB.

    I might just go for a std ObjC app I would have to dig through the objc_util thing ^^

    The thing I don't understand is why the cb module doesn't expose the advData and RSSI params from the CoreBluetooth API.

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  • eric

    From the documentation, I couldn't find any info about the scan response...

    So I was wondering if there is another way to access the advertised data. Or if there is just no way?

    My BLE device uses BLE advertising to give some info to the Central. And I was willing to use pythonista as a debug tool to troubleshot my device, but it seems it won't be possible...

    Cheers,
    Eric T.

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  • eric

    Hi,

    Is there a way to get the BLE scan response when scanning for devices?

    Is there a way to get advertisement data from surrounding BLE device?

    Cheers,

    Eric T

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  • eric

    Hi,
    I don't get the way to load the pyui file in the __ init__() method.
    there is no load_view() method in View class

    So I really don't get it... do you have sample code that load view content in __ init__() ?

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  • eric

    nice, I wasn't aware of the pdb module!

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  • eric

    thx that's a good workaround while working on a sub module

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  • eric

    Ok, so this is kind of a known issue that you have to quit Pythonista for sub modules to be properly reloaded by scripts using it, once edited?

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  • eric

    When running a script a.py that import b.py, and I modify b.py once a.py as already been launched, I have to quit Pythonista for the a.py to reload and take into account modifications made in b.py ...
    Is that a bug or some sort of optimisation that avoid recompiling the byte code that I can disable in the settings?

    Regards,
    Eric T.

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  • eric

    Hi thx for the reply.
    I already did the import for the class

    but I can't figure out to call the load_view in the init..

    Do you mean in the init(self) of the A class?

    as load_view will return an instance of A...

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  • eric

    Hi
    I've defined a custom view object with its pyui file
    so I have:
    a.py
    a.pyui
    A(ui.View)

    Is it possible to use it from the editor in another ui?
    It looks like there is no way to specify the .pyui file for the custom views...

    Cheers,
    Eric T.

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