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porting source code written in C# to python

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I'm new to this forum and to the python language, but I do have previous experience programming in java and in C+. My aim is to port a GPS navigation program called "Map This!" (http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Map_This%21#Other_Platforms) using the source code which was originally written in C#. Porting the program to python should allow me to experiment using "Map This!" with phones that support python scripts and also on a xbox1 system running XBMC (xbox media centre)

Where should I start on a project such as this? Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
Aug 11 '07 #1
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bartonc
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Hi,

I'm new to this forum and to the python language, but I do have previous experience programming in java and in C+. My aim is to port a GPS navigation program called "Map This!" (http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Map_This%21#Other_Platforms) using the source code which was originally written in C#. Porting the program to python should allow me to experiment using "Map This!" with phones that support python scripts and also on a xbox1 system running XBMC (xbox media centre)

Where should I start on a project such as this? Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
The ctypes documentation has some examples (I assume that you will still need to call some functions that are implemented in C).
Aug 11 '07 #2

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