Easiest way to port Python program to PDA

Günter Jantzen nc-jantzegu at netcologne.de
Fri Jun 18 01:53:38 CEST 2004


"Jeffrey Barish" <jeffbarish at starband.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:mailman.31.1087512459.18066.python-list at python.org...
> I have been developing a Python program with two intercommunicating
> (using sockets) parts, one of which runs on a desktop and the other on
> a PDA. For ease of development, I developed them both on a desktop.
> Now that I have them working on the desktop, I need to move the part
> destined for a PDA to a PDA. I had originally planned to use a Sharp
> Zaurus because it runs Linux (the OS of my desktop system) and I had
> found a Python port that was supposed to be available for that platform
> (Riverbank Computing). Unfortunately, Riverbank Computing just
> discontinued their port. They refer interested parties to another port
> (http://www.vanille.de/projects/python.spy), but that site has no code
> to download and does not respond to queries. Accordingly, I have to
> conclude that there is no Python port available for the Zaurus so I am
> back to square 1.
>

Maybe openzaurus could be what you are searching

http://www.openzaurus.org/official/stable/feed/





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