[IronPython] In silverlight beta 2 is there any way to seperate the iron python assemblies from the app?
Jimmy.Schementi at microsoft.com
Wed Sep 10 14:56:31 PDT 2008
My blog has up-to-date information about the Silverlight support for IPy.
We don't have a well-known server to host the DLLs on, but you can definitely put the DLLs outside of the XAP. Checkout sdksdk-0.3.0-bin.zip/bin/Chiron.exe.config ... there's documentation in there that tells you how to configure Chiron to produce a XAP with the DLLs outside.
I talk about it in this blog post:
Documentation is being written to go up on the codeplex site. Let me know if you'd like to contribute to it.
From: users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com [mailto:users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] On Behalf Of Vineet Jain (gmail)
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Subject: [IronPython] In silverlight beta 2 is there any way to seperate the iron python assemblies from the app?
This is from Michael's web site:
- Including the IronPython assemblies in every application makes even the simplest Dynamic Silverlight application painfully large. In answer to this point in a comment on his blog, John Lam replied: "Depending on how you configure your app, you can download the DSL dependencies (DLR + IronRuby) in a separate XAP that comes from one of our servers (this isn't working yet). So your XAP becomes something like 2K in that case. It will also be cached in your browser cache so it is a one-time download.". So this story will get better...
I looked on John Lam's blog and saw no updates on it since April. Was wondering if there has been any progress on it and is it part of the silverlight beta 2 and the sdk 0.3?
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