convert .py to Android ?
"Steve" <Gronicus at SGA.Ninja> writes:
> I have a working .py program
(Do you mean a Python program? Or something different?)
> that I want to get into my Android Moto G phone.
To my knowledge, an Android app must be implemented, at some level, in
Java and specifically linked to Android Java libraries. That's a hard
limitation of the Android platform.
That implies that any Python program will need to be written at least
with partial awareness that it is not going to run in a native Python
VM, but instead get compiled to somehow run in a Java Android environment.
> A bit more than a year ago, I went through the Kivy set up and
> actually had the Good Morning World program in my phone but at that
> time I did not seem to be able to do it again.
Yes, Kivy is one way to have a Python program that gets converted to an
Android native app.
> Is there an easier way to achieve my task?
Easier than Kivy? Probably not.
You might want to investigate the BeeWare suite as an alternative
<URL:https://pybee.org/>. Bonus: a single Python program can be compiled
to an app for multiple different platforms.
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