Re: [casetta] Import cas : error No module named cas

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2007/3/28, Fabien ANDRE <fabien.andre.g@xxxxxxxxxx>:

I wanted to test the new casetta_cli, and I add an error : python said it couldn't load cas module. Indeed, there is a "import cas" in
Is it a python module I should install or not ? That's strange because I didn't experinced this problem when I tested the new transfert tool.
Maybe, I didn't really test the new transfert tool because I forgot to do an export PYTHONPATH="svnpath". I know the mailing list is not supposed to be used to have technical support but I really don't know what to do.

In fact, I forgot to add the file in the svn repository. It's now fixed, sorry ;-) (And it's not a problem to speak about problems of the development version here:!)

I'm working on a picture extractor from backups. I've updated my extract prgm names functions (I replaced a for block by a list comprehension).

Ok, I'll update the file in the svn repository (

And yes the new organisation broke everything... Even the you sent me don't work anymore.

I'm writing the documentation, it will be published soon.

For the normalize function, blacks pixels are not draw whereas blue are, this is OK for a Graph 65 but for a graph 100, it is bad.

I don't really understand...  black pixels for the graph 100 are not the blue pixels of the graph 65 (such as the graph 35)?
How can I improve the function?

About, the internal transfert tool, you set baudrate to 9600, but the Graph 100+ accepts a baudrate of 38400 (I've to check in the manual, a friend has a Graph 100+).

For the moment, I didn't support the Graph 100 (I haven't this model), and the transfer tool is only made for casio 25/35/65 (in the manual, the baudrate for those models is 9600 ;-)). And I've read the transfer protocol is not same.

I think to work on Graph 100 when the support for Graph 25/35/65 will be complete.

Fabien ANDRE aka Xion345
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