[IronPython] Libraries: python and iron python
pdubroy at gmail.com
Tue Dec 11 04:34:41 CET 2007
You might want to check out Seo's FePy/IPCE project
(http://fepy.sourceforge.net/), which is a distribution of IronPython
that comes bundled with most of the standard CPython libraries. As Seo
said, some of them are just copied directly from CPython, but others
(e.g. socket, threading) have been re-implemented on top of the .NET
classes. That's probably the best route to go if you are trying to run
a bunch of unmodified Python code.
On Dec 10, 2007 8:54 AM, Kaveripakam, Sathish
<Sathish.Kaveripakam at phonak.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am trying to port some of the python scripts to Iron python. In this
> regard, I found that some of the libraries in python: traceback, pprint,
> string, types etc., are not present with the same name in Iron python. I was
> wondering, is there any URL, which tells about the names given to them in
> Iron Python.
> Any information regarding the name of the changed libraries is appreciated.
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