script languages on windows mobile - something similar to python @ nokia s60

I try to find something similar to nokia's python for windows mobile based devices - a script interpreter [in this case also able to create standalone apps] with easy access to all phone interfaces - ability to make a phone call, send SMS, make a photo, send a file over GPRS, etc...

While there is 2.5 pythonce available for windows mobile it is pure python interpreter and what I look for are all those "libraries" that nokia's python has like "import camera", "import messaging", ability to control the phone programatically. Also the bluetooth console of nokia python is great.

I do not want to use .NET CF as even there (AFAIK) to control camera you need to use some indirect methods (for example: http://blogs.msdn.com/marcpe/archive/2006/03/03/542941.aspx).

Appreciate any help you can provide, thanks in advance.

I hope there is something I was unable to locate via google.


Asked by: Carina222 | Posted: 05-10-2021






Answer 1

It sounds as if this is an opportunity for you to develop some C extension modules for the PythonCE project.

Answered by: Ted423 | Posted: 06-11-2021



Answer 2

IronPython?

Answered by: Thomas288 | Posted: 06-11-2021



Answer 3

Well there is Mortscript. a widely used scripting for Windows Mobile. Not sure if it can access all the phones functions. I believe there is TCL for Windows Mobile as well.

Answered by: Aida999 | Posted: 06-11-2021



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