[IronPython] is IP for me

J. Merrill jvm_cop at spamcop.net
Sun Jan 8 03:51:51 CET 2006

 From what you say, CPython would be a better fit than IP (IMO) -- unless your target audience is people who work at big companies with very anal system administrators (they might disallow install of anything that isn't "100% managed code).

You could also consider, if you're about to learn a new language to do this project, Ruby -- though Python (CPython in particular) is considerably more mature.

Good luck...

At 04:52 PM 1/7/2006, David Irvine wrote
>Python newbee spent many years with php. I am looking to write a cross platform non web based app (windows, *nix and MAC). I am looking for
>1: Portability 
>2: Constant GUI based on platform 
>3: All code to be done in Linux 
>4: Fast - it has to be fairly quick (python speed)
>5: Commercial to begin with then open source after I have made a wee bit of cash (I am trying a new model out)
>I am wondering if IP is the one or should I use CPython and wxWindows libs etc. 
>Hope you can help all comments no matter how crazy appreciated. 

J. Merrill / Analytical Software Corp

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