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Subject: Using pyglet with Google App Engine
From: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Alexandre_Blondin_Mass=E9?= <alexandre.blondin.ma...@gmail.com>
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I would like to code a psychology online experiment and, preferably,
using Python. The thing is, I haven't found any satisfying solution so
far (and I don't want to go back to Java). I've never really used
pyglet (just tried it a few days ago) and it says that it's pure
Python. On the other hand, Google App Engine (which I have never tried
neither) says it accepts only pure Python.
Which leads me to the following question: does Pyglet work with GAE ?
I haven't found anything on the web about that. If it does, are there
any limitations I should be aware of ?
Thank for your help.