[PythonCE] Python 2.5 for Windows CE / ARM
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Thu Oct 12 11:59:58 CEST 2006
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From: "Bandung" <bandung at skyesystems.com>
To: <pythonce at python.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 12:09 PM
Subject: Re: [PythonCE] Python 2.5 for Windows CE / ARM
> I tried running a simple app that uses Tkinter but I get the error message
> _tkinter not found.
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "\Storage
> Card\5_software_developed\testcode\GstApps\gui_class\input.py", line 2, in
> from Tkinter import *
> line 38, in <module>
> ImportError: No module named _tkinter
I think this is because DLLs\_tkinter.pyd doesn't exist, not because
sys.path is wrong. Do you agree? I will try to add it back in the next
release and/or as a separate package.
> Can you compile the binaries with the typical /Storage card/Program
> Files/Python25/.... path so that we don't have to evoke work arounds in
> order use these modules?
If PythonCE is installed in "\Storage Card\Program Files\Python25" then it
> I really appreciate the gui popup that you implemented when raw_input is
Thanks should go to the person who contributed it :-)
> Also, import dbapi2 isn't recognized as a legitimate command (possibly due
> to the current default paths)
I think this is because the release doesn't include pySQLite yet.
> Will the durus persistence modules be eventually added with this release.
What is it? Is it a part of the standard library?
> Luke Dunstan wrote:
>> A new release of Python for Windows CE is available. Download it here:
>> The release notes are linked from this page, but a direct link is:
>> Please consider this release to be a Beta because it has not been tested
>> thoroughly enough on Windows CE to be considered stable. I think that the
>> most efficient way to continue testing will be for everyone to try it and
>> report any bugs.
>> Luke Dunstan
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