[PythonCE] Thomas Heller's ctypes module

Telion telionce@yahoo.com
Fri, 8 Nov 2002 11:24:11 -0800 (PST)

--- Brad Clements <bkc@murkworks.com> wrote:
> Just found this in the python newsgroup
> http://starship.python.net/crew/theller/ctypes.html
> I had written a struct handler in win32gui and Python to support common
> controls. I 
> think perhaps this is a better mechanism..
> comments?

I have studied this and yours.
Also, there is something the boprhter of Guido made,
as well as something called xstruct (if I remember correctly).
All aiming similar things, handling C struct (and other types)
easily from Python.

I chose calldll + edll.py, cs.py (included in HPC distro)
for similar purpose because it was easier for my skill level.

I was hoping to make something that would read 
and parse C header file for automatic c-struct object
definition, but now I'm too busy with distribution package.

If we had C++ self compiler on CE device,
thigs could be much easier...

By the way, what happens when you do printf() on PPC?
On HPC, console(CMD.EXE) is invoked automatically,
and the string is printed in it.
Where does it go on PPC?

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