The ASPN compiler

Gerhard Häring gh at ghaering.de
Sat Jul 12 02:21:33 CEST 2003


Fuzzyman wrote:
> What's the score on this (the ASPN python compiler) 

There was a proof-of-concept implementation of a Python compiler for the 
.NET platform done by ActiveState and sponsored by Microsoft.

> - is it a true
> compiler for python ? 

Read the whitepaper, available on the ActiveState site.

> - what does it output - binary or C++ for .NET
> framework............ 

Read the whitepaper, available on the ActiveState site.

> if the latter then it could be very cool as it
> may work with the PocketPC 2003 SDK.... for producing binaries for
> PDAs from python... cool...

Forget it. Instead what you probably want is a Python implementation for 
Windows CE 3.0. There is one.

> (I'm sure my terminology is way out of line here... sorry)
> 
> Does it work yet ?

Read the whitepaper, available on the ActiveState site.

RTFM. STFW. etc. :-P

-- Gerhard





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