[IronPython] changing c# var values in IP
kevin.gadd at gmail.com
Mon Oct 9 20:40:10 CEST 2006
I suggest making the following changes:
Make idL a public member
Place frmStart in a variable instead of idL itself (I am pretty sure
setvariable isn't making a reference to your variable, just to the value of
So something like
public string idL;
frm.idL = "Hello World!"
On 10/6/06, ANNA CHAPOVALOV <anfaleo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm a newbee in IP, so sorry if i ask (maybe) dumb questions....
> I'm using IP for scripting in a c# app. I have something like this:
> public partial class frmStart : Form
> string idL;
> private void frmStartBatch_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
> idL = "";
> engine = new PythonEngine();
> engine.SetVariable("idL", idL );
> //At this point i would aspect that idL has the value passed in
> ip.py scrypt.. but it still has ""...
> Here's my ip code:
> idL = "Hello World!"
> Is it ok? How come? I've found some workarounds... but still curious why
> it happens.
> Other thing i've noticed is that if i have a class (i've tried with a form
> class), if i pass it (this) as variable to a ip script, not all it's widgets
> and attrs are avaible... is this linked with the .NET attributes issues?
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