[PythonCE] Running Python program without getting Python CE window
kitsune_e at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 2 19:21:40 CET 2006
--- "Michael Foord" <fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk> wrote:
> You ought to check out Wax. It's a friendly Pythonic layer that sits
> atop of wx and IMHO is just as easy to use as Tkinter.
Lol! I've been using/tinkering with firedrop for a few weeks now so I am
vaguely familier with wax. I don't really like the idea of using a largish
wrapper over the top of a huge library though, especially on a small embedded
device! Also wax is incomplete, and as I've said I don't know enough Wx to
BTW in Firedrop my page template was failing because the editor I was using
inserted tabs instead of spaces. I didn't really feel like fixing my
template so I poked around in embedded_code.py. If you add ".replace('\t','
')" to the return statement in replace_separators tabs vs. spaces becomes a
--- Luke Dunstan <coder_infidel at hotmail.com> wrote:
> You could make .pyw work on WinCE by creating a key HKCR\.pyw and another
> like HKCR\Python.File.NoShell, with the appropriate command line. In fact I
> may do this in the next version of the PythonCE installer.
Hope you don't mind, attached is my hacked version of setup-registry.py which
registers ".pyw", and adds the PythonCE icon to all Python files! It can
also be found here:
I haven't tested it yet! My ipaq is out of commission for a while because I
needed its SD card -_-
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