[PythonCE] Re: ?PythonCe is functional?

Lord_ZealoN lordzealon at ono.com
Mon Jan 10 13:07:39 CET 2005

First, thanks for your answers.

> Looks like no one else answered this so I'll take a shot at it...
> Lord_ZealoN <lordzealon <at> ono.com> writes:
> > I would like to develop an email application. I'm thinking in use
> python.
> > PythonCe is totally functional? 
> well, most of the widgets seem to work, also Pmw and I suspect
> bwidgets would as
> well.  But if you have some particular module you want to use, you can
> use the
> command-line interpreter and write some simple tests to see if what
> you want to
> do is feasible.
> > Whath bbdd can i use? sqlite only?
> I see that kirbybase is also mentioned on the list. But what's wrong
> with
> sqlite? seems simple to use, and fast, to me. 

The problem, i think, is that sqlite is a single user bbdd and i think
this is a problem with big applications. No?

> > What are the limits of pythonce?
> dunno!

dunno = ¿I don't know?

Sorry, but my english is very bad.

> > Is pythonce slow?
> compared to what?

Compared with C#.NET for example.


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