15 Aug 2011 lkcl   » (Master)

pyjamas output in my own html file with jquery

Hi,

I want to reuse my python modules on html/jquery web pages.

Therefore I need to call the generated js fucntions genrated with pyjamas from my own html file.

Which .js files should I link?
How can I call the functions?

Thanks,
Frank
Example python file functions.py:
def rmsToPeak( x ):
return x*1.41
def peakToRms( x ):
return x/1.41

Pyjamas output file functions.js:

/* start module: functions */Force
linebreak $pyjs.loaded_modules['functions'] = function (mod_name) {
if($pyjs.loaded_modules['functions'].was_initialized) return $pyjs.loaded_modules['functions'];
var $m = $pyjs.loaded_modules["functions"];
$m.repr = function() { return ""; };
$m.was_initialized = true;
if ((mod_name === null) || (typeof mod_name == 'undefined')) mod_name = 'functions';
$m.name = mod_name;

$m['rmsToPeak'] = function(x) {
var $mul2,$mul1;
return (typeof ($mul1=x)==typeof ($mul2=1.41) && typeof $mul1=='number'?
$mul1*$mul2:
$p['op_mul']($mul1,$mul2));
};
$m['rmsToPeak'].name = 'rmsToPeak';

$m['rmsToPeak'].bind_type = 0;
$m['rmsToPeak'].args = [null,null,['x']];
$m['peakToRms'] = function(x) {
var $div2,$div1;
return (typeof ($div1=x)==typeof ($div2=1.41) && typeof $div1=='number' && $div2 !== 0?
$div1/$div2:
$p['op_div']($div1,$div2));
};
$m['peakToRms'].name = 'peakToRms';

$m['peakToRms'].bind_type = 0;
$m['peakToRms'].args = [null,null,['x']];
return this;
}; /* end functions */

/* end module: functions */

Syndicated 2011-08-15 17:58:35 from blog/lkcl

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