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cpython

This folder contains a modified version of CPython which supports running in a Windows 10 UWP application.
Specifically, this supports running in Python in a background application on Windows 10 IoT Core and also contains some module extensions which also support Windows 10 IoT Core. See README_uwp.md for differences running under Windows 10 IoT core.

  • Before performing any builds, ensure to run cpython\PCBuild\get_externals -c from command line first
  • For UWP specific builds, open cpython\Tools\pyuwp\pyuwp.sln.
  • For all CPython projects, open cpython\PCBuild\pcbuild.sln.

pywindevices.sln

This file is the solution pulling the 3 device extension modules together to build for Windows 10 IoT Core UWP

wingpio

This folder contains a GPIO extension module to work in Windows 10 IoT Core UWP applications for communication with GPIO pins

wini2c

This folder contains an I2C extension module to work in Windows 10 IoT Core UWP applications for communication with I2C interfaces

winspi

This folder contains a SPI extension module to work in Windows 10 IoT Core UWP applications for communication with SPI interfaces

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This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.

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