[IronPython] Direct3D demo

Leaf Garland leafgarland+ironpython at gmail.com
Tue Oct 31 13:09:18 CET 2006

I'm guessing that any pure .Net assembly compatible with the .Net
Compact Framework (which the Xbox360 framework is based on) will be
acceptable on the Xbox but the deployment will need to be done via VC#

The .Net Compact Framework compatability is a problem for IronPython
because of the lack of code generation facilities
(System.Reflection.Emit etc.).

Obviously this is not a problem for Xna on Windows.


On 30/10/06, Adam Hill <adam.hill at gmail.com> wrote:
> XNA is just a set of assemblies/framework and Visual Studio tools. Now for
> PC/XBox 360 cross platform games only C# is supported. It is just a .NET
> assembly and any CLR/CLI compliant system can run the code.
> Whether or not the 360 can check some special metadata inserted by the
> toolset to see if it is C#  is unknown at this time.
> adam...

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