Executing Python code on another computer
jeanmichel at sequans.com
Fri Feb 19 19:52:16 CET 2010
> On Feb 19, 5:10 pm, "D'Arcy J.M. Cain" <da... at druid.net> wrote:
>> On Fri, 19 Feb 2010 07:52:59 -0800 (PST)
>> SiWi <wimmersi... at googlemail.com> wrote:
>>> So I wondered if it was possible to send the Python code I'm
>>> developing on the netbook to the workstation pc via wlan, let the
>>> script execute on the workstation pc and write the output back on the
>>> Is there any possibilty to achieve that goal?
>> Yes but it isn't really a Python question. I suggest Google but you
>> haven't given us enough information, particularly what OSs you are
>> running. If it was me I would simply use the netbook as a thin client
>> for programs that I am writing and running on the main server. In my
>> case a simple xterm would do the job since vi is my IDE and bash is my
>> runtime environment. If you are using a GUI IDE you may be able to run
>> the GUI app on the server with the display on the netbook.
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> I'm normally using IDLE and sometimes PyScripter on Windows Vista. The
> netbook is Windows XP. Should I switch to Vim or Emacs?
Vista supports rdesktop , you could use it.
I don't know if XP is shipped with a rdesktop client though (goggle for
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