Python program to phone?

Jack Dangler tdldev at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 17:27:09 EST 2019


On 2/4/19 3:20 PM, Steve wrote:
> I have written my first python program (600 lines!) to help control my blood
> sugar and it has been so successful that my A1c dropped form 9.3 to an
> impressive 6.4.  It will be much more useful if I had it on my phone.
> (MotoG, Android)  The .py file reads/writes to two txt files.
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> About a year ago, I installed Kivy and managed to transfer the "Hello World"
> app to my phone and it worked.  I am not on a different computer and believe
> that I got all the way through the installation but I do not see how to
> invoke it.  I am sure that I can go through the tutorial again and use my
> program instead.
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> How do I figure out what is wrong and might there ne a better way to get the
> program onto my phone?
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> Steve
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> P.S.  Yes, I tried to post this about two weeks ago but could not seem to
> respond to the replies I received.  I could contact one or two individuals
> but apparently not the masses.  How do I find out how this list works?
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> Foornote:
> There's 99 bugs in the code, in the code.
>
> 99 bugs in the code.
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> Take one down and patch it all around.
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> Now there's 117 bugs in the code.
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Steve

I'm not sure but I think there is an Android lib for py that is 
available to help convert your app to a mobile platform. Also, if you're 
of a mind, I'd love to see the code you wrote for blood sugar. I need to 
lower my A1C as well and could use all the help I can get.

Regards

Jack



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