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> Xmlrpclib For Python, is there an IPK out there?
post Jan 3 2006, 09:38 AM
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Happy New Year everyone! After trying out Ruby and Squeak Smalltalk with varying success on the Zaurus I am looking to try some Python coding. I have installed Python 2.2.2 on my SL-5500 along with various Python modules and the Python 0.8 IDE. All of these were installed from IPK files.

I was looking to try some XMLRPC calls and noticed that the Python implementation is missing xmlrpclib. Is there an IPK floating around out there somewhere that I could install? I do have zgcc 2.95 on a CF card and could try to compile one myself. But if there was an IPK file I could definitely save some time.

Anyone know of such a thing?
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