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README.md

pypkjs

PebbleKit JS in Python!

Setup

To get started clone the repo and submodules:

git clone git@github.com:pebble/pypkjs.git
git submodule update --init --recursive

Set up a virtualenv and install everything

virtualenv .env
source .env/bin/activate
pip install -r requirements.txt

Running

You'll need to get QEMU running and find some pbws. Then invoke jskit like this:

./jskit.py localhost:12344 app1.pbw app2.pbw ...

It'll connect to the running QEMU instance (assuming it's serving bluetooth on port 12344, as is the default) and provide JavaScript for the given PBWs.

You can also run it like this:

./phonesim.py

Then you can use the standard pebble command, giving --phone localhost, like so:

pebble install --phone localhost --logs

Configuration Pages

Configuration pages are supported, but the pages must be modified. We cannot catch the pebble://close link, so instead we add a return_to query param. Your configuration page should check for the presence of return_to and, if present, use it in place of pebble://close#. In its absence, it should behave as before (to support the real mobile apps).

To open a configuration page using the command-line runner (jskit.py), send the running process SIGUSR1 (e.g. using kill -SIGUSR1 somepid). Configuration pages are not currently supported using the phonesim setup.

Platforms

Mac OS (10.10) and Linux are tested. Windows won't work.