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I keep hearing about Python on mobiles, but I haven't stumbled across any packages. What platform are you programming for, what package do you use, and how do you get started?
Dec 19 '06 #1
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I keep hearing about Python on mobiles, but I haven't stumbled across any packages. What platform are you programming for, what package do you use, and how do you get started?
That'll be kudos.
Dec 19 '06 #2
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I use python for serie 60 phones (Nokia). I googled and found this link : some blog

I am actually planning to make somekind of python tutorial, I think about either writing something about either pygame, pybluez (bluetooth + python) or python for mobile devices.


I keep hearing about Python on mobiles, but I haven't stumbled across any packages. What platform are you programming for, what package do you use, and how do you get started?
Dec 20 '06 #3
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For anyone reading, and my own edification, I found this post, too.
Dec 20 '06 #4
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For anyone reading, and my own edification, I found this post, too.
Great find, Mark. Ya gonna keep digging? Is this a serious endevor?
Dec 20 '06 #5
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Great find, Mark. Ya gonna keep digging? Is this a serious endevor?
Eventually. I'm a nomad right now with all my stuff in storage, including my PocketPC. But I might like to try my hand at a geocaching/GPS waypoint management system, with both a PC and PPC functional element.
Dec 20 '06 #6

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