I am trying to start with Python for S60 platforms, and stuck with some problem.
I use S60 3rdEd FP2 version of SDK (from https://garage.maemo.org/frs/?group_id=854 release section 1.9.2), and installed everything according to this link:
After that I made some simple helloworld app, built a .sis file from it using Ensymble, and finally wanted to run it on Emu, resulting in error "Python runtime is missing".
As I understand, to have runtime I must install smth like Python_1.9.2_3rdEdFP2.sis, but this also leads to error "Component is built-in".
I used lots of search (with no positive results), and it looks like .sis file _must_ be built for the target platform (in my case - WINSCW).
So, I have following questions:
1 - how do I know, fow which platform a particular .sis file is built? For ex., this: https://garage.maemo.org/frs/downloa...2_3rdEdFP2.sis
I suppose it is built for hardware phones, which lead to the next question:
2 - where to find Python runtime .sis file, built for emulator? In this thread: http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?t=163773
someone in post #3 stated "1.9.2 worked fine on Emulator". It confuses me: how it could be, if the .sis isn't built for emulator?
I have spend lots of time searching in forums, and have no clear understanding how to use emulator + Python runtime correctly.
Thanks in advance!