[IronPython] very basic question - use of iron python as asp.net - when ?
ryan at acceleration.net
Thu Mar 30 16:56:19 CEST 2006
A little off topic for this list, but you can configure IIS to use
Python (the non-iron variety) in place of VBScript in asp pages:
The document is a little dated, but worked for me last fall. I'm not
sure about the performance, but its there.
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Richard Shea wrote:
> Hi - I'm a python and 'Classic' ASP developer. I'm interested in
> stopping using VBScript in the ASP/ASP.net environment and starting to
> use Python (those who've used both will understand just how keenly i'm
> intersted ;-).
> I'm really looking some very basic information on how Iron Python is
> going to plug into ASP.Net and when ? I appreciate we're heading down to
> what looks like a release version of IP sometime in the foreseeable
> future but it's unclear to me what that means in the context of ASP ?
> I'm interested to know :
> (A) is iron python expected to work within ASP.net ?
> (B) if so when ?
> (C) how would one go about using it in that context once there was a
> release version ?
> Interested in any links/books etc.
> thank you.
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