jim at ironpython.com
Wed Sep 1 06:02:50 CEST 2004
Well, if you do this:
>>> import colors
You'll get a file called "colors.dll" in the working directory. While this
dll is technically referencable from C# or VB, I doubt that you'll be very
happy with it. IronPython needs a static compiler, and that doesn't really
exist in the current release.
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Subject: [IronPython] dll
>From the mailing list I can see that typing at the command prompt
C:\IronPython\bin> IronPythonConsole colors.py
Produces the executable __main__.exe.
But is it possible at this stage to produce a dll that can be referenced by
C# or VB.NET?
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