[PythonCE] newbee question: which IDE to use?

dr mike dr.mike at ntlworld.com
Sat Nov 13 16:23:51 CET 2004

I like the idea of using emacs as the editor for Python file creation,
editing etc. So, I have downloaded and installed the emacs port files onto
the SD card (\Storage Card) of my IPAQ 4150 (no CF card option on this
model). I also installed the latest (2.13) build of the celib.dll to fix a
problem with paths containing spaces (i.e. \Storage Card)and changed the
speicherkarte references to Storage Card, suitably double quoted. However,
it still won't handle the space in the path, looking for files in \Storage.
Either I'm missing something, or you can't install on a SD card (or need a
language where it has no space in its title).



-----Original Message-----
From: pythonce-bounces at python.org [mailto:pythonce-bounces at python.org] On
Behalf Of Daniel Nastase
Sent: 13 November 2004 01:09
To: pythonce at python.org
Subject: Re: [PythonCE] newbee question: which IDE to use?

There is an almost complete port of emacs on
I have used it and it's awesome.
And you can use it the same on both XP and WCE.


On Fri, 12 Nov 2004, Gerhard Brauckmann wrote:

>Hi all,
>I'm planning to write python programs for my Windows CE gadget. I have 
>a good background in C, Pascal, PHP, SQL, Perl.
>Now I'm searching for an IDE to start python programming by using 
>WIN-XP and also for my Dell Axim.
>- Can someone recommend a IDE to start development and testing?
>- which databases are useable within the Windows CE environment?
>Thx for your help and time

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