Hasn't Nokia been making a lot of noise about python on symbian recently?
not sure if there is a release yet, but was demoed a few times last year.
from [ nick may <nick_at_kyushu.com> ] on [ Sun, 27 Jun 2004 23:21:27 +0900 ]
> I am looking for an iappli that will give me a simple scripting
> language and an interpreted environment that I can run on a phone. I
> don't care what language it is, OPL, interpreted Forth, Basic, PHP,
> available for a Nokia phone, but I don't 'ave one of dem... I would
> even tolerate an assembly environment at a pinch - it would at least
> remind me of good coding habits.
> It's in part "just for fun" (I code to relax, I'd far rather knock up
> some silly little app in the back of a taxi than play Tetris) in part
> because I have all kinds of little daily "needs" (I s'pose I should
> re-phrase that - but you know what I mean) that could be handled by
> some simple little language....
> The Sinclair ZX80 had a 4k rom and 1k of ram - shared with screen
> memory. The ZX81 had 8k of rom and 1k ram - again - shared with the
> screen... I am not looking for an emulator of either - but something of
> the same capability would be fine. It should be easy enough to do on a
> modern phone.
> Please don't write to the list saying "why not learn Java" - I can't
> write it on the phone in the back of a taxi, for starters - and besides
> it looks alarmingly like "work".... And, it is overkill - and that is
> aesthetically rebarbative.
> Has anyone been arsed to code something up like this?
> (Pointers to FAQ's are fine, pointers to paid FAQ's that aren't up
> front about it - thanks, but no...)
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