Is python built-in
Jose Manrique Lopez de la Fuente
jsmanrique at gmail.com
Mon Jan 22 15:58:06 CET 2007
2007/1/22, Robert Michel <openmoko at robertmichel.de>:
> Salve Mikko!
> On Mon, 22 Jan 2007, Mikko J Rauhala wrote:
> > On ma, 2007-01-22 at 14:10 +0100, Robert Michel wrote:
> > > On Mon, 22 Jan 2007, Tomasz Zielinski wrote:
> > > > I seriously doubt it. I found python RPM and it has about 10 MB
> > > > *compressed*. All default Neo1973 software (including kernel and libs)
> > > > must fit in 64MB flash storage...
> > >
> > > Why? it have a mountable microSD card (1,2, maybe 4 and more GB)-
> > > the 128MB RAM is the counting limitation, not the flash ;)
> > _Default_ software. The default stuff must fit in without a microSD.
> Oh I see much power with 64MB flash and I do expect a skripting language
> like python fit on the flash. But not every lib must be inside the
> flash, right?
Right! Making pygtk available as _default_ software would increase GUI
based apps developped for it.
> > I'll probably install python too, via BT-PAN or GPRS, but I don't expect
> > it to be in there by default.
> Can I ask you why not via install it via USB (Network or USB flash stick) or
> from a microSD card (1GB starts at 16 Euro, 2GB at 46 Euro), why via GPRS?
Because I expect that there will be a central packages repository, so
the packages manager would try to download them from there. Of course,
I could distribute python libs in a microSD, but I love apt-get!
Perhaps a "local" repository in a microSD? Something like adding
Debian CD to sources-list??
J. Manrique López de la Fuente
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