[IronPython] Iron Python NewB questions . . .
jregele23 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 13:43:50 PST 2009
Embedding IPy in C# isn't easy at first, and definitely not super
straight-forward, but there are alot of options of how to do it. Get Mike's
book, or at least download the source for the embedding chapter. Embedding
ironpython is tricky now, but things are progressing quickly, and there ARE
lots of ways to do it--different techniques for different situations.
On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 12:27 PM, Frank Merrow <fmerrow at qualcomm.com> wrote:
> There's a couple of ways to do this. You can define an interface or base
>> class on the C# side and implement it on the Python side. Then you can
>> cast the Python object to the interface or base class and use it that way.
> Well . . . I was not able to "cast" this into anything . . . they are very
> different interfaces.
> I eventually started looking at the module pyc.py output in the Object
> Browser and trying to use it . . . not much information on the Internet for
> DLRCachedCode . . . and what does exist is . . . well over my head. Reminds
> me of the old days trying to call a DCOM object from C++ . . . was ugly,
> ugly code . . . this looks similar . . . and in the face of the much nicer
> option below, in true Monte Python style I decided to "run away".
> Also w/ .NET 4.0 C# is getting the new static type "dynamic" which can
>> be used for interoperating with Python and other objects which respond
>> dynamically. VB.NET, while already having dynamic support, also gets
>> updated so that it can consume IronPython and IronRuby objects.
> Yeah, docs for this look MUCH NICER . . . I'm downloading the Beta's now to
> give this a try.
> If this works . . . I'll hang my hat on VS2010 and .NET 4.0 and hope I've
> never forced to look back.
> Thanks for the info.
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