I believe that the tn5250.py file was replaced by the py5250.py file --
but I could be wrong, I'm not a python guy.

The python bindings (which, AFIAK were never finished) are only in the CVS
HEAD branch -- they are not in the "stable" 0.16.x versions, and therefore
will not be in your FreeBSD ports tree.

Unfortunately, the programmer who was doing the python bindings
"disappeared" about 2 years ago :)   If you'd like to finish the work he
started, you'd be welcome to...


On Tue, 21 Oct 2003, Tim Middleton wrote:

>
> While doing a search for some resources regarding 5250 emulation, google
> rooted out tn5250.py ... and I was amazed. This sounded like it was going to
> be perfect. I hadn't noticed a python interface in my FreeBSD port... i went
> back to look closer and there definitely didn't seem to be one. So I
> downloaded the CVS version and it wasn't there either. So what was this file?
>
> Of course I discovered eventually that tn5250.py (and related files) were
> removed from the tn5250 CVS way back in 2001, and google must have been
> showing me an attic file. Sigh! The note on that deletion says they were
> going to be rewritten... but after all this time I'd assume the interface is
> ancient history... ?
>
> Just thought I'd fire a message to the list to see if anyone has anything to
> say about it. (-:
>

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