====== PyMite ======
:Author: Dean Hall :Copyright: Copyright 2002 Dean Hall. All of the source code for PyMite is licensed under the GNU General Public License v2, except for AT91SAM7 files released by Atmel without copyright. :Release: 06 :Site: http://pymite.python-hosting.com/
I would like to announce the sixth release of PyMite.
PyMite is a flyweight Python interpreter written from scratch to execute on 8-bit and larger microcontrollers with resources as limited as 64 KB of program memory (flash) and 4 KB of RAM. PyMite supports a subset of the Python 2.5 syntax and can execute a subset of the Python 2.5 bytecodes. PyMite can also be compiled, tested and executed on a desktop computer.
PyMite works pretty well, but you need to know C, makefiles and how to cross-compile using gcc or other compiler.