[IronPython] Importing embedded .py files
joesox at gmail.com
Tue Jul 4 07:43:15 CEST 2006
Thanks Szymon for the reply and I have looked at your proposed solution.
I already can achieve reading the resource files using StreamReader.
If it's easy to surface it into PythonEngine so it appears to already
been imported, then I am asking for more clarity because I do not see
what method I need to be calling.
If I call:
//getEmbeddedResourceContent returns a string
I get 'unexpected token import' probably formatting issues which are
too numerous for me to manually to fix because of the .py file size
and the other files I need to do the same for.
If I call:
I get 'Illegal characters in path.'
So I really don't know what else to try. These are only a few things
out of a number of methods I have tried. I am still open to specific
suggestions but I am almost completed with the workaround suggested by
On 7/3/06, Szymon Kobalczyk <s.kobalczyk at softwaremind.pl> wrote:
> From the source code I can see that the FromFile method on Parser class
> reads the file contents to byte array and later uses MemoryStream to
> create StreamReader for actual parsing. You can easily generalize this
> code to extract a FromStream method and then surface it to the
> PythonEngine API.
> If you have this you can easily read the file from a resource stream.
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