My head is about to explode from all these terms.
Basically, what my ultimate goal is is to develop a pys60 app that in the end results in ONE .SIS file that I can give to anybody who won't have to install pys60 separately or install anything else separately for that matter. This app must be able to do all kinds of dances such as GPS, networking, appswitching, connect to music player and maybe more. I'm also hoping to piggiback on existing pys60 software I find around here which isn't always a .py file.
What do I need to do?
Will it be possible to do all this with Ensymble on Linux?
How to get the software working on my own development phone is less of an issue. It's the deployment on other peoples mobiles I worry about. I can imagine telling them to use the PC Suite to copy some_location_module.pyd into C:\\bin\\something as part of the installation instructions.
PS. I'm happy to pay if necessary but I don't want to have to pay every time I build a new version for my users.
PS2. Did I mention that I'm a complete newbie in Symbian-land but know my way around Python?