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= NoSMSd = NoSMSd is a python wrapper around the Gammu-smsd Database. It allows one to easily setup Gammu-smsd and interact with it from python. It's moto is to let Gammu do all the work. It's a wrapper, not a framework. Dependences: * peewee (pip install peewee) * Any database connector you might need. Beware that it's been tested only on MySQL. Installation: pip install nosmsd * Django Integration NoSMSd does _NOT_ require django. Still, if you are using it server-side and you are already using django, you can benefit from the following features: - a management command for processing incoming SMS ./manage.py nosmsd_incoming 3 This will allow you to access you django models & other from your SMS handler. - Django Admin integration: you can view your received and sent messages right from the django admin. - Add a database named 'smsd' for your NoSMSd schema and 'nosmsd' in the INSTALLED_APPS in your django settings.py - Also add DATABASE_ROUTERS = ['nosmsd.django_routers.NoSMSdRouter'] to your django settings.py * Warnings - Gammu is not expecting third parties to mess-around with its DB. You should not attempt to write to Django Model. It is disabled on purpose. If Gammu encounters a MySQL error (like a pk error on the sentitems table with have two pk), it will freeze. Example Use: * Setting-up Gammu Please note that NoSMSd Gammu assumes you have a working Gammu-smsd setup. NoSMSd itself does only rely on its Database so you can do anything without Gammu but you'll eventually need it. You can find an example gammu-smsdrc in the contrib/ folder. * Database schema NoSMSd is using the Gammu SQL schema with a small addition to the Inbox Table. Create your tables with provided script in contrib/ or use the alter statement also available if you already have a working Gammu. * Settings If you only want to send out SMS, you don't need to configure anything. If you want to receive, you need to specify your message handler with NOSMSD_HANDLER. It is the full module.function path to your handler. Configure it by creating a python module in one of the following locations: - /etc/nosmsd.conf.py - ~/.nosmsd.conf.py - ~/nosmsd.conf.py - nosmsd.conf.py You can overwrite any of the existing config vars in the settings.py module. You can find an example in the contrib/ folder. * I want to send a message to number +33198765432 $ /path/to/env/bin/nosmsd_sendout.py '+22377667766' "Hello world" * I want to test my handler / simulate an incoming SMS $ /path/to/env/bin/nosmsd_inject.py '+22366908765' "weather in bamako?" * How do I configure Gammu to process SMS in Python? In your gammu-smsdrc file, configure the RunOnReceive directive RunOnReceive = /path/to/env/bin/nosmsd_incoming.py If you are using Django and want to access django features from within your handler, add NoSMSd to your django settings then use the following: RunOnReceive = /path/to/djangoproj/manage.py nosmsd_incoming * I want to send an SMS from Python from nosmsd.utils import send_sms send_sms('+22377667766', u"صباح الخير") * How do I write a handler? A handler is a regular function accepting a single parameter: message. message is a database.Inbox message with the following (notable) fields: - date - content - identity (the sender number - status - respond(text) method to reply directly.