[PythonCE] How do you develop on the PocketPC?
coder_infidel at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 9 14:14:27 CET 2006
I sometimes use interactive commands, but usually through a program called
ActiveSync Remote Display which is like Remote Desktop. Other times I do
double-click on scripts, and it is possible (but inconvenient) to see the
error messages by switching to the Python window. I have been planning on
creating some tools to help this process but maybe you've already done that?
Your script would be appreciated.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Heller" <theller at python.net>
To: <pythonce at python.org>
Sent: Monday, January 09, 2006 8:51 PM
Subject: [PythonCE] How do you develop on the PocketPC?
> Does anyone (everyone ?) start the Python interpreter on the device, and
> use the stylus to enter interactive commands?
> Or does one write scripts on the PC, let ActiveSync transfer them, and
> start them by clicking on the filename?
> I cannot really believe that. BTW, when an uncatched exception occurs
> in a script, I see a box displaying:
> Python Error
> Traceback (innermost last):
> <NULL>: <NULL>
> When I close this box (by clicking the OK button in the upper right
> corner), I can see (for less than a second) the interpreter window
> showing the real traceback, but not long enough to be able to read it.
> So, I made a pair of scripts which start a server on the host PC, which
> sends commands to a script running on the device, executing them, and
> send the results back for display on the PC. Don't know if it is worth
> to post it here...
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