I just upgraded to pythonnet 2.0 - thanks to "pip install -pre pythonnet"
Thanks for making that work.
I am now getting these deprecation warnings:
The module was found, but not in a referenced namespace.
Implicit loading is deprecated. Please use clr.AddReference("System.Collections.Generic.List").
from System.Collections.Generic import List
When I try suppressing this as suggested I get an error due to being unable to find the System.Collections.Generic.List assembly.
Wondering how we are supposed to handle this in the future?
PS anyone heading to PyCon?
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