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PSP-StacklessPython

Stackless Python 2.5 port for Sony PSP

This is the port of Python programming language to the Sony PSP console.

The current version is 2.5.2 which is the latest ported release from CPython and Stackless Python.

From the Stackless main page:

Stackless Python is an enhanced version of the Python programming language. It allows programmers to reap the benefits of thread-based programming without the performance and complexity problems associated with conventional threads. The microthreads that Stackless adds to Python are a cheap and lightweight convenience which can if used properly, give the following benefits:

Improved program structure.
More readable code.
Increased programmer productivity. 

Check the BasicInstallandUsage wiki page for installation and usage instructions.

For more information on module usage, check PSPPythonModules and MusicSupport Wiki pages.

For Python and Stackless Python help follow the links section on the right.

After installing, take a look in the small GameDemo created using features from Stackless and PSP modules. This demo can be seen in this video provided by a user.

All releases follow the same naming scheme, for example: StacklessPSP2.5.2_R1.zip you find the name - StacklessPSP, 2.5.2 which is the Python release and a underline followed by a number which is the StacklessPSP release version. When multiple releases from the same Python version are made, the number after the underline will change.

Check the ChangeLog wiki page for information about the releases.