Embedded Systems development using Python

VGNU Linux vgnulinux at gmail.com
Fri Sep 17 11:31:39 CEST 2010

Hi All,
Appreciate your response.
Now I am going to use Telit Module GE865-QUAD with support for GPS and GPRS
It also has built-in python interpreter for developing application for the
But still I have no idea which microprocessor/microcontroller to use.
Can anyone help me out here ? Is there any microprocessor/microcontroller
which I could use with Python and Telit module?
Any help here will be appreciated.


On Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 8:54 PM, Grant Edwards <invalid at invalid.invalid>wrote:

> On 2010-09-06, Stefan Behnel <stefan_ml at behnel.de> wrote:
> > VGNU Linux, 06.09.2010 13:02:
> >> Can Python be used for embedded systems development ?
> >
> > It can and has been.
> >
> > What kind of embedded system with what set of capabilities are you
> thinking
> > about? TV sets? Mobile phones? Smart dust?
> [The OP never showed up on my sever for some reason]
> If you google for "deeply embedded python", you'll find some raterh
> old links:
>  http://tucs.fi/magazin/output.php?ID=2000.N2.LilDeEmPy
> http://groups.google.com/group/python-on-a-chip/web/list-of-small-python-implementations
> http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-announce-list/1999-August/000157.html
> A few years ago I used Python on a prototype for a bicycle computer
> with GPS, four buttons, and a small LCD screen.  It was more or less
> comparable to a PDA with Linux running on an 200MHz XScale with
> something like 16MB of flash and 32MB of SDRAM.
> IIRC, that project used OpenEmbedded, and all I had to do was build
> the Python package that's already there in OE.  I don't remember if I
> was using PySDL or PyQt for the UI -- I remember experimenting with
> both on desktop hosts at the time.
> I don't think that product ever saw daylight.  There was just now way
> they could have competed with Garmin.
> --
> Grant
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