forgive my ignorance but i was wondering if there is a way to run papywizard on a pocket pc? is it just a question of recompiling the soarcecode for another operating system or is it rewritting the whole deal? is there something i could install on my pocket pc that would allow it to run as it is?
this is good news then i could have an option to use my laptop when i want to use dslr remote for pole shots and my pocket pc that i already have for tripod shots when its easy to touch the camera. do you know where i get he interpreter?
PyQT4 is the python binding of the Qt4 C++ library. It needs to be cross-compiled for PocketPC plateform: this is not something I can do myself (I'm alrady fighting at work to cross-compile python itself for a VME embedded system!). I hope there are already binaries arround.
For python, it is the same: the interpretor is written in C, so needs to be compiled for PocketPC. PythonCE is the binary for that platform. So you can install it (I did that for an earlier version, and it works fine).
About bluetooth, it will work, don't worry.
But there will be an issue: screen size. Papywizard is not designed for vertical screens...
Canon 20D + 17-40/f4 L USM + 70-200/f4 L USM + 50/f1.4 USM Merlin/Orion panohead + Papywizard on Nokia N800 and HP TC-1100
I got this installed ok and all the source code for 1.6.1 on my pocket pc. then i clicked on the main papywizard script and its looking for a pygtk module and not finding it. were do get that and where should i put it? did I get the correct version? thanks for your help