[IronPython] Programming a package in c# (heirarchical modules)
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Mon Mar 8 09:46:17 PST 2010
On 08/03/2010 17:34, Jeff Hardy wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 10:10 AM, Michael Foord
> <fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk> wrote:
>> Or even (did someone suggest this) write the raw classes in C# and then
>> compose them into the correct package heirarchy with a pure Python wrapper.
>> This latter approach is probably the one I would take.
> That's the basic idea, yes. The trick is doing it in a way that's
> compatible with the existing PyCrypto Python code, since it's about
> 50/50 C/Python, and I assume that David only wants to do half the work
> :). That said, I could be projecting my bias about how this should be
> done onto David, so I'll let him make that decision.
> If PyCrypto was pure C and had to be completely rewritten I would
> recommend just using namespaces as well - but it's not, so what's the
> best way to leverage the existing PyCrypto Python code while replacing
> the C code with C#? PyCrypto uses .pyd files, but it looks like
> IronPython doesn't support an equivalent.
Ah - I didn't realise that PyCrypto was partly implemented in Python. I
would still probably do it by implementing the necessary C# and then
modifying the Python code to add references to the assemblies. That way
the Python can be reused with only minor changes.
> - Jeff
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