Python in Windows Store apps

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The Windows Store app Python 3 For Metro claims that it allows users to edit and run Python files. How is this possible from within the sandbox? Can I run a file from my JavaScript app?

I am not able to work this out. Please help me.
Aug 9 in Python by ana1504.k
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I have ported the Python interpreter to WinRT to achieve that. Instead of using Win32 API, it now uses WinRT API (in particular for reading files from the user's Documents folder).

In principle, yes. You need to take the python33.dll from my app, wrap it as a WinRT component, and then call it. It actually is a WinRT component already but doesn't expose any of the Python API.
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