Python with PalmOS: anything newer than the 1.5.2 PipPy?
pythongnome at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 5 02:09:35 CEST 2004
Well, if you were going to do that it would possibly require an overhaul of
the Python library. I mean, you can only fit a certain amount into a memory
card or the internal memory. And a way for Python to install on your Linux
PDA just like it does on a PC. Hey, I'm sure lots of people would run
Python on their PDA for portable programming. Imagine the possibilities,
sitting in a traffic jam writing a spur of the moment application. Hmm, this
could be interesting. I'd say it's definitely viable.
"Jorge Godoy" <godoy at ieee.org> wrote in message
news:60plr1-1iu.ln1 at wintermute.g2ctech...
> On Dom 04 Jul 2004 12:15, Lucas Raab wrote:
> > You could do something about that and develop a new version.
> If it wouldn't be extremely out of the tasks we're developing now and if
> this was really an strategic point for us --- there is more interest by
> myself on the Linux powered PDAs --- I would go after something like that.
> For now, I'm just studying the alternatives and seeing if it's viable.
> Godoy. <godoy at ieee.org>
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