If you’re running a script with wsadmin and it tries to import other modules that live in the same directory, you’ll discover another difference between Python and wsadmin. Python will always look for modules in the path that the script was run from. wsadmin won’t. This is kind of annoying if you have a few local import files. Sure, you can always add a directory to the import path via the command line but who ever remembers to do that (and who remembers the syntax)? Since we already have the script path (from fix5), we might as well add it to the import path.
mainpath = os.path.dirname(mainfile)
sys.path[:0] = [ os.path.abspath(mainpath) ]
See fix5 for the computation of mainfile. Better yet, download the whole collection from here.
There’s a new version of Bing available here that supports speech input and turn-by-turn spoken directions. It even seems to have traffic avoidance. I’ve barely had a chance to play with it yet but I wanted to pass along a fix for the “Your device has been identified as not supported.” error you’ll get on any but the very latest phones.
Go to the Bing install directory, mine was “Storage CardProgram FilesBing”, and edit the file “Bing.config”. Find the entry “UseAppServerUpdates”. Change the value from “True” to “False”. Save the file.
That should do it. The application runs now and I don’t get the error anymore.
This was tested on an HTC Kaiser running some 6.5 ROM.