[IronPython] How to use IronPython to generate DLLs consumable by other .NET modules?

J. Merrill jvm_cop at spamcop.net
Sun Aug 14 05:28:53 CEST 2005

This is something that AFAIK is on the "planned for 1.0" list but it is not yet possible in any kind of straightforward fashion.

At 04:43 PM 8/13/2005, Krzysztof Ostrowski wrote
>Claims are that Iron Python can be statically compiled, promising higher performance. I'm interested in writing parts of my system, implemented mostly in C# for .NET under Win32 environment, in Python, mostly for fun, potentially also to save time if it proves to be useful. Dynamic compilation is not an option, I want to be able to call Python from C#, not the other way round, and without the overheads of invoking the Python engine on my way there. Is there indeed a way to achieve this? I don't see any clues on the web. Python does not seem to consume any sort of command line switches and does not offer help docs. Thanks a lot for all your responses.

J. Merrill / Analytical Software Corp 
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