[IronPython] recommended methods for 'installing' assemblies
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Sat Sep 27 09:21:50 PDT 2008
> simple indeed, thank you for your input
> Do you know if there are plans for distutils and setuptools
> functionality in IronPython? Those really are helpful.
Have you tried distutils?
If it doesn't work you can file bug reports.
> On Sep 27, 11:01 am, Michael Foord <fuzzy... at voidspace.org.uk> wrote:
>> sevenseeker wrote:
>>> I am completely new to IronPython and .NET so please bare with me.
>>> I want to add some libraries/assemblies to the python path so that I
>>> can just call clr.addReference('spam') from anywhere.
>>> What is the recommended method for achieving this? Should I extend
>>> the PYTHONPATH? Can/should I create a setup.py and install them from
>>> there? Is there a distutils and/or setuptools for IronPython?
>> The recommended method is entirely dependent on your application
>> deployment scenario.
>> A useful technique is to keep all your assemblies in a single directory
>> and add this to 'sys.path' at runtime.
>> All the best,
>> Michael Foord
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