Hi Evan (Ebam?),

This was not possible until recently due to some issues with PythonEngine.Shutdown().

But it should be fixed in latest pythonnet 2.3.0 according to this bug report:


If it still doesn't work for you, then please report back your environment, such as Python, .NET/Mono, and OS versions and architectures.


On Sun, Apr 16, 2017, 9:08 PM Evan Davey <evan.davey@ekidna-engineering.com> wrote:

I am using Python.Net embedded inside an application.  The application allows me to select and run a python file (which then allows me to use Python to access that application's C# SDK).

string code;
using (var streamReader = new StreamReader(scriptFile, Encoding.UTF8))
    code = streamReader.ReadToEnd();

using (Py.GIL())

This works, except when the code imports a python module I have to quit and restart the application in order for the import to reflect any code changes (which is very slow for debugging).

How can I reload or reset the PythonEngine before running the code?


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