[PythonCE] PPyGui SVN & PPyGui-win32
warren.lindsey at gmail.com
Sun Jul 6 15:10:44 CEST 2008
Oh, and I'm on OSX, so the win32 cross-platform stuff is very cool,
but not very usable to me at this time.
On Sun, Jul 6, 2008 at 8:09 AM, Warren Lindsey <warren.lindsey at gmail.com> wrote:
> I discovered this excellent module about a month before the release.
> It took a bit of work to get it checked out and setup.
> Then the release came and it was absolutely wonderful. It had good
> documentation, some examples that showed common tasks, and a complete
> application example. This was all very good and I made a small demo
> program for myself.
> This announcement releases updates in SVN, which I don't currently
> have setup. Have been working on other projects and have not had time
> to checkout source code and drop it in the correct dirs recently.
> Really excellent work guys!
> On Sun, Jul 6, 2008 at 5:44 AM, d at ten <lists at nanl.de> wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> I have to admit that I'm a bit disasspointed about completly _no_ feedback in respond to that news (or as quote of Alex: "No feedback is even worse than bad feedback").
>> In my eyes Alex did really great work with ppygui and it's the first usable GUI-Toolkit for Windows-Mobile - so if the pytonce-project / it's mailinglist
>> isn't completly dead, I would expect any kind of respond to that kind of news :/
>> So I'm really curious now:
>> - does anybody tried it yet? Can someone give feedback (even negative feedback)
>> - does anybody tried it *not* because of $reason which he wants to let us know?
>> - or are you just not interested in coding graphical-apps for windows-mobile? Than I'm even more curious what kind of apps you're running on a handheld-device without a GUI ;)
>> Please give us feedback!
>> Mirko / d at ten
>> alexandre.delattre at telecom-bretagne.eu wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm pleased to announce that PocketPyGui development is now kindly
>>> hosted by Mirko "D at ten"; Vogt :)
>>> The svn repository host the latest version of PPygui as well as 3rd
>>> party apps and tools not published yet.
>>> You can check it out by typing:
>>> svn co https://svn.nanl.de/svn/ppygui/
>>> and use "anonymous"/"anonymous" as user/password.
>>> Especially, the repository contain the first version of the native
>>> PPygui win32 implementation,
>>> which allow you to test and debug your PPygui apps directly from desktop
>>> Windows or with Linux through Wine.
>>> As PPygui for win32 reuse 90 % of the wince implementation, this gives a
>>> fairly coherent and compatible environment for mobile apps development.
>>> It is likely your existing apps will work out of the box, as it did for
>>> almost all of mine.
>>> The only thing really missing now is gui.Html control, but it should not
>>> be to much hassle to implement it with comtypes and hopefully we can see
>>> it ported in a couple of days.
>>> With very little effort you'll be able to make regular desktop gui
>>> applications, and reuse your components between classic and mobile
>>> versions of your app.
>>> While PocketPyGui will remain focused on mobile devices, it'll be soon
>>> an alternative to create lightweight win32 applications that are easy to
>>> write and distribute.
>>> As always, any contributions and feedbacks are welcome. Also, if you
>>> want to gain developer access to svn, feel free to mail me.
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