This one is slightly better than my previous release, since it has been built from a known code base, which allows it to be rebuilt and expanded upon in the future.
If you are using a Pocket PC device you should also see that you have a new context sensitive popup menu on the main editor window. This provides cut/copy/paste options which you may find handy while developing short programs directly on the device.
This release also includes an optional patch which provides initial support for building with Visual Studio 2005 instead of Embedded Visual C v4. This patch needs refinement before it can be included in the main release, since it has essentially been hacked into the existing msevc.py file and lacks auto-detection of the location of your Visual Studio 2005 and Device SDK installations etc (what has happened to the batch files that used to be present in EVC???).
The main aim of this release is to start to increase the device compatibility of PythonCE. If anyone downloads this release I would appreciate feedback on whether it works on your device type or not. It should work on any Windows Mobile Pocket PC or Smartphone device running Windows Mobile 2003 or later.