How to export a .pyui file to dropbox?
I'm sorry for what's probably a stupid question, but I've been struggling with this for a while, and can't find the answer...
I'm using dropbox to copy files from my pythonista scripts directory on my iPad to my iPhone. When I open a .py file in the editor, the wrench gets me menu that allows me to export the file to dropbox. There doesn't appear to be anything like that when I open the .pyui file. How can I export that file to dropbox?
I figured out a workaround, by putting the .pyui file into a folder, and exporting the whole folder, using Dropbox File Picker to get the folder, and zipfile.extract() to get the files. Very cumbersome, though. Is there an easier way?
smath last edited by
The dropbox sync script on the pythonista tools github page would probably suit you better. There's a little bit of initial setup required, but from there you'll be able to sink a single folder with dropbox at the push of a button. No extracting required. You'll find other useful tools there too.
I just noticed that the setup instructions that used to be at the beginning of the script are no longer there. That will make it harder for people to setup. Could someone point to those instructions?
Thanks! - I'll try that.
Gerzer last edited by
If you don't want to use Dropbox, I have an FTP sync script I can post ;-)
That would let me FTP directly from my iPad to my iPhone? Sure!