[IronPython] Final release packaging

fabio.pliger fabio.pliger at siavr.it
Wed Aug 30 08:59:29 CEST 2006

I think that exchanging info about IDE, editor, or debugger people use could 
be really useful! So, can we do it here? If don't, can you please fw them to 
my email too?

Personally, sometimes, i try to use VS SDK, but i have lots of indentation 
issues in the editor, intellisense is still a dream and the debugger don't 
work as i think it should... ( hope all those things could be fixed in the 
near future... and IP definitelly full integrated in VS 20XX ... (is it 
possible or just a dream? :) ))). Sometimes i use eclipse pydev or wing IDE 
for editing...


-----Original Message-----

From: S H Yoon <yelled at yahoo.com>

To: Discussion of IronPython <users at lists.ironpython.com>

Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2006 16:41:51 -0700 (PDT)

Subject: Re: [IronPython] Final release packaging

MSI could be nice for some, but I won't probably ever bother with it. Just 
let me know which envionmental var has to be set up and I will be happy.

On more serious note, on my machine memory foot print on cpython is 3mb, but 
IPY takes up whopping 17mb+.
Is this release candidate thing or is this something that we have to live 
with? I know that Jim did mention this as an issue before, but certainly 
seem bloated.

BTW: What is everyone using for IDE, editor, or debugger? Pls, e-mail me 
directly with subject: "my IPY editor" yelled at yahoo.com. I would not like to 
clogg this space up. I would like to take a small sample.
Thanks much!

Dino Viehland <dinov at exchange.microsoft.com> wrote:
I’ve opened a bug for us to track this – (#2705, 
 if anyone else has any suggestions as for what the MSI should do please 
either comment here or add a comment to the bug.  
 too much work to get this ready for 1.0, but we’ll look at distributing 
an MSI shortly after 1.0 (either 1.01 or 1.1 hopefully).
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