Related to a move to github, I have been in touch with the maintainer of PTVS asking if they are aware of this project.  It seems such a natural fit.


He would be happy to:


1.       Put a link on our “Related projects” page

2.       Identify some interesting scenarios and do a blog post

3.       Add a dedicated doc page

4.       Etc.


Subject to:


1.       The project is actively maintained

2.       Up to date docs

3.       It “works”

a.       Reliable & robust

b.      Works with PTVS (eg PTVS doesn’t crash, …)


It would be great if PTVS was able to install python .NET for people (the current install process “copy these dll’s” is simple and effective, but a direct install from PTVS would be good.


I think we would need to resolve the current situation with the code split between github and sourceforge before we could get the endorsement from PTVS.



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