[PythonCE] Running PyCe 2.5 on a Linux Platform

Brad Clements bkc at murkworks.com
Fri Nov 13 02:56:05 CET 2009

The only way I can think of doing this is to run a CE emulator (only 
available for Windows).

I think you might get a 'test' copy of windows as a virtual PC image 
running on your linux box. MS has some downloads that last a few months.

Not sure about where to find a CE emulator these days. I haven't done 
anything with wince in more than ... 8 years

Kenny Meyer wrote:
> Hello,
> Is there a way to get PyCe running on a Red Hat-Platform (Fedora 11)?
> I've actually downloaded PyCe2.5 Source Package, and installed it in my
> home directory, but it (logically) doesn't compile PyCe support.
> I need PyCe on my Linux Box, because I have a mobile device which runs
> WM5 and I'm programming GUIs with 'ppygui', but 'ppygui' has win32
> dependencies, which need to be satisfied.. but you know probably better
> what I'm speaking of.
> I just want to use ppygui so I can flexibly debug my programs.
> I'm just curious /if/ there's any way to realize my idea.
> Cheers,
> Kenny Meyer
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