mfoord at python.org
Thu Jul 15 01:57:54 CEST 2010
On 14/07/2010 21:33, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 8:27 PM, Jonathan Fine<jfine at pytex.org> wrote:
>> Like quite a few others at this conference, I'm interested in
>> a look.
> ah. is michael foord on this mailing list at all? michael, could
> you kindly point me in the direction of some demo code where it is
> possible to access DOM objects inside a web browser from Silverlight?
Here's the official documentation on the topic, which uses the "new
style" IronPython and Silverlight integration:
I'll be covering it briefly in my talk on Silverlight.
I also have some old style examples on my website:
Both styles of DOM access still work and you can even mix them in an app.
he online examples on my website no longer work with recent versions of
Silverlight. :-( If you download them and replace the IronPython
binaries with a recent release they should still work fine. (i.e. all
the code works fine its just the old IronPython runtime that is out of
All the best,
> i'd realllly appreciate it as i will be able to begin a fifth runtime
> for pyjamas (compiling using IronPython) once i know where to begin.
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