[Python-Dev] Python on Playstation 2

Paul Prescod paulp@ActiveState.com
Mon, 30 Jul 2001 08:09:04 -0700

"Fred L. Drake, Jr." wrote:
> Paul Prescod writes:
>  > It isn't publicly available but Python has been ported to the
>  > Playstation 2 video game console. The only weakness is that a binary
>  > distribution wouldn't be useful because the format of Playstation CDs
>  > isn't portable. Jason Asbahr told me about. Perhaps at the python
>   I'm curious:  Is it the filesystem format or the lower-level
> tracking format?  If its only the former, a prepared image should be
> useful.
>   (And no, I don't have a PS2 waiting to boot up Python!)

Most likely those "in the know" aren't even allowed to tell us that
much. For all I know the filesystem is encrypted. Remember that these
game manufacturers do NOT want an independent third party market to
arise. They want you to come to them for the specs.
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