• PKHG222

    Thanks for repairing the code, will try to remember ;-)

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  • PKHG222

    Grr forgotten to include code in this forum, so sorry

    I got from github a file for sounds ...
    starting with : from ctypes import c_void_p, c_char_p and some more ...

    My pythonista contains wel eg. numpy (new sinds?) but not ctypes ..

    So either say, no not yet, otherwise how to get it inluded ;-)

    Please,

    I saw, that so much has been done with Pythonista

    My last problem was to set a date onto a number of images ..
    using this

    import photos as ph
    from PIL import Image as im
    n = ph.get_count()
    print 'size is',n
    #aanname datum photo is laatste!!!
    todolijst = [el for el in range(n-5, n-1)]
    print todolijst
    def doimg(n):
            img = ph.get_image(n)
            return img
    i15 = doimg(todolijst[-4])
    print i15.size
    #import Sketch
    #print (ph.get_count())
    nrim = ph.get_count()
    dateImg = ph.get_image(-1) #laatste moet het date plaatje zijn met Sketch te maken
    dimgsize = dateImg.size
    print 'imgsiz',dimgsize
    i15 = i15.resize(dimgsize)
    print i15.size
    res = im.blend(i15,dateImg,0.2)
    res.show()
    ph.save_image(res)
    '''
    import photos as ph
    from PIL import Image as im
    m_plaatjes =  4 #ij changeME
    #Aanname: laatste plaatje bevat datum van Sketch gemaakt
    #Daarvoor m_plaatjes om met datum te blenden!
    n = ph.get_count()
    print 'size is',n
    
    #todolijst = [el for el in range(n-5, n-1)]
    
    #print todolijst
    
    def getImg(nr):
                  img = ph.get_image(nr)
                  return img
    #i15 = doimg(todolijst[-4])
    def blendAllImageMetDatum(m_plaatjes,n):
        dateImg = getImg(n-1)
        dimgsize = dateImg.size
        welke = n - 2
        for i in range(m_plaatjes):
            tmp = getImg(welke)
            tmp = tmp.resize(dimgsize)
            res = im.blend(tmp, dateImg,0.1)
            res.show()
            ph.save_image(res)
            welke -= 1
    
    blendAllImageMetDatum(m_plaatjes,n)
    
    def overlay2img(n):
    
        t1 = getImg(n-1)
        t2  = getImg(n-2)
        res = im.blend(t1,t2,0.5)
        res.show()
        ph.save_image(res)
    
    #overlay2img(n)
    

    and the gift to make a date picture: Sketch.py

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  • PKHG222

    Will pythonista still work, if I upgrade my Ipad to IOS7?
    Greets Peter

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  • PKHG222

    Thanks, will try ...(later)

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  • PKHG222

    isn't it that 'shellista' does what you want?
    (a gist is found here ..., to lazy to find it here back for you, sorry)

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  • PKHG222

    If time is a problem, in the foregoing century I replaced divisions by multiplications ...
    Will check the difference on an Ipad 2 ;-)

    Does tmp = tmp + 1 be as efficient as tmp += 1 ???

    And I will look at the most inner loop for ...

    EDIT:
    nothing changed I get 'white' vertical lines 'moving' from left to right,
    how could that be avoided (repaired?)

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  • PKHG222

    Maybe have a look here: http://www.daniweb.com/software-development/python/threads/277522/gui-scientific-calculator-homework

    Maybe something nice to build with Pythonista?
    Ideas of which classes one needs ... and then and building it 'testdriven' with unittest
    (http://docs.python.org/2/library/unittest.html) ?!

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  • PKHG222

    Hi now an more or less working source can be found:
    https://gist.github.com/4245408

    See a picture first?

    http://petergragert.info/pythonista_by_pkhg/uploads/Peter/RPN_pythonista.jpg

    Comments and found errors are welcome ;-)

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  • PKHG222

    Thanks, will have a look ;-)

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  • PKHG222

    What is an app_key ( for to set in the source) ?

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