[PythonCE] developers inquiry
josepharmbruster at gmail.com
Tue Mar 18 03:07:57 CET 2008
So is there anyone but yourself that is an "active" developer? I will probably
not need help doing the port. I would like another set of eyes to review the
merge changes, mainly the parts Known to be vital. As of now, I only have to
get through /Modules which has tons of changes and is going to be quite an
Ultimately, I would like to see both 2.6 and 3k work on my phone :-) First
things first I figure... see how I do with 2.6, release to the community and
let them decide if it's any good. If it is, I will go ahead and do 3k, which
will be substantially more work but fun nevertheless.
Christopher Fairbairn wrote:
> On Tue Mar 18 13:10 , Joseph Armbruster <josepharmbruster at gmail.com> sent:
>> I was recently added as a developer to PythonCE on SF. I am attempting to find
>> the subversion repository for PythonCE but have had no luck at all. Can anyone
>> point me in the right direction?
> I don't think there is one. I am not aware of one anyway.
> One or two minor releases on SourceForge last year were made by me (adding very
> initial Smartphone support for example). I didn't try to add the changes to a source
> control repositry etc as it seemed one would need to be created from scratch. I
> didn't really know who was in charge or control of the direction of the PythonCE
> project and didn't want to step over my authority etc.
> Since then I haven't had too much personal time to spend on the project. I do have a
> few additional patches floating around somewhere...
> This is compounded by the fact that there doesn't seem to be an active development
> effort surrounding the port. Since I submitted my last set of patches I've only had
> one person offer to help, and they "disappeared". I don't have the time to invest to
> make a fully polished port by myself.
> I would potentially be interested in giving you a helping hand (I am an expert in
> Windows CE / Windows Mobile development) if you do setup a SVN repository somewhere
> and managed to get a more active development process going.
> Hope this helps,
> Christopher Fairbairn
> Windows Mobile Development blog - http://www.christec.co.nz/blog/
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