So without much more effort today, I'm got it running a separate script (bbxmain.py) that is bundled into the .bar file. Again, the heart of things is trivial, just these two lines:
FILE * bbxmain = fopen("app/native/bbxmain.py", "r"); PyRun_SimpleFile(bbxmain, "__main__");
Short post, since it's late.
Python on the PlayBook. What will be BBX-Python, some day...
I was working on the design of a PlayBook app which would perform some data logging, and considered using SQLite as the primary mechanism. Alternatives included a simple text file (CSV format), XML, or SharedObject (not really).
Since the user may want to acquire data for a very long time, possibly on an ongoing basis for years, it seemed important to spend at least a bit of time considering the storage space that would be used.