[IronPython] How to bring modules in same scope??

Simon Dahlbacka simon.dahlbacka at gmail.com
Fri Nov 24 18:28:45 CET 2006

so what about reading the responses you've got, and skip Reflection and do
use clr.AddReference ?

On 11/24/06, Blesson Varghese <blssnvarghese at yahoo.co.in> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have loaded a few dll's using Reflection from a particular library. I
> have used the sys.path.append(directory name) also. I have handled all the
> exceptions too. Now I want to run some scripts that make use of these
> assemblies loaded. For this I execute the script file using ExecuteFile. But
> I understand that though the modules were loaded previously it raises
> exception stating that no modules. After reading a few documents I
> understand that the possible problem is that they could have been executed
> on different module scopes. I am pretty new to IronPython...
> Pls suggest a way....
> Thanks for all help
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