This page is dedicated to old KalibroLite version 1.1. For new versions follow this link.
KalibroLite was my first program after I learned python programming in 2009. “Lite” is comming from the database used that is sqlite.
Kalibro, is intended to maintain calibration / verification records. You can check the coming calibration / verification dates to be able to schedule the calibration activities.
Kalibro, is programmed with Python programming language. It is able to use two different databases, one is MySQL and other is SQLite.
With the current version of Kalibro, only SQLite version is available. If users request a MySQL version, I will release it. But, in the future versions of the Kalibro, there will 2 database support in one software.
Operating System: Windows
C++ 2008 redistributable Installed
so Kalibro works
Operating System: Windows or Linux or Mac
Python v 2.6 Installed
wxPython v 126.96.36.199 win32 Unicode for Python 2.6
so Kalibro works
Kalibro is intended to work under windows, linux or mac due to the nature of the Python softwares.
However, it was tested only under Windows XP, Vista and 7.
Kalibro is very simple to use software, so I do not believe that anybody will need any help to learn it.
If you still need any help, please ask me to add some tutorials about the software.
How to backup Data:
Simply, copy the “kalibro.sqlite” file under your installation folder to any place.
If you wish any future to be added in the future versions of the Kalibro, please e-mail me or use discussion board below.
Kalibro supports both English and Turkish languages with the help of GNU gettext. If you wish Kalibro speaks your mother tongue,
you can follow the following steps;
1 - Get the “KalibroLite.pot” file under “locale” folder of Kalibro source code.
2 - Use an editor to edit PO file generated from POT file, for example, you can use Poedit.
3 - Submit your PO file after you have completed translation to me.
Kalibro, uses wxPython library for all the widgets. For windows version, py2exe is used to make Kalibro as single executable file.
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