[IronPython] embedding IP in C# Windows .NET GUI
joesox at gmail.com
Fri Jun 23 07:08:16 CEST 2006
On 6/22/06, Dan Shechter <dans at houmus.org> wrote:
> I can verify that :)
> I was able to change beta7 <-> IronPythonTextBox to work together, but it's
> not working on beta8 again....
Just fyi, I updated the project and .dll so it supports beta8.
On 6/22/06, Dino Viehland <dinov at exchange.microsoft.com> wrote:
> The good news here is that we're almost done w/ the breaking changes... If you depend on the AST namespace we'll probably break you a little bit more in the next release (all the public fields have become properties), but that should be it.
This is good to know because I'll wait until then to actually schedule
time to code a project I have been debating with myself to code or not
(a more complete C# library of ConceptNet) just to save me some
headaches in the long run.
I am still undecided on how to handling this speed dilemma of mine but
it just seems easier to use a mixture of IronPython, .Net, and script
files instead of using just the .Net library for what I am doing.
Someone today told me they are using XML-RPC.NET to communicate with
ConceptNetXMLRPCServer.py but it sounded like the loading of the
predicate files (which I have mention onlist previously) and creating
the huge semantic map (Python List instances) was a hurdle for him
also. I also need to look at this but I have not looked at XML-RPC.NET
yet. He wasn't sure on how to handle the return values from some
ConceptNet methods because he wasn't familiar with ConceptNet's
methods and logic, I advised him that IronPython would probably help
get those returning values from the server.
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