Python on handhelds
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Mon Sep 11 16:04:56 CEST 2006
"Paul Rubin" <http://phr.cx@NOSPAM.invalid> wrote in message
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> "Nick" <nick.kigs at gmail.com> writes:
>> I have never programmed in Python a day in my life. My group is working
>> on developing an application on the Dell Axim hand held that has a
>> tight deadline. I have heard that Python is particularly advantageous
>> in rapid prototyping and deployment. I would like to lean this way if I
>> can. Does anyone know if I can run Python on the Dell Axim handheld. It
>> runs Windows CE. If so, what all is needed to make this possible.
> Someone did a WinCE port a while back, but I don't think it's actively
> used much. The approach might be reasonable if you're an expert with
> some time on your hands, but for a newcomer with an onrushing
> deadline, you may be better off using whatever you're already using
> (VB or whatever), and keeping Python in mind for some future project.
I agree that it is much less active than Python on other platforms, and in
some areas it lags behind the PC, e.g. in GUI toolkits. However, if you want
to try it go here:
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