A KDE connect implementation that can be used everywhere.
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python-kdeconnect

A KDE connect implementation that can be used everywhere.

FAQ

  1. I’m running into exceptions that mention create_task or ensure_future functions missing:

Make sure you’re using at least Python 3.4. These exceptions are being raised if you have an old asyncio version.

On Ubuntu 14.04 LTS you can install a newer asyncio version with pip. Sadly, this alone doesn’t do the trick. You’ll have to disable the asyncio version that shipped with Python 3. One way of doing this is to revoke read and execute rights from the asyncio folder:

   $ chmod o-rx /usr/lib/python3.4/asyncio