[IronPython] importing powershell ala the demo video
dfugate at microsoft.com
Mon Sep 11 23:02:29 CEST 2006
Work is now being wrapped up on the PowerShell demo which will hopefully be released early this week as a complete sample. In the meantime, I'll give you a short summary of what to expect:
* powershell.py is a nice little module Jim wrote which wraps the managed PowerShell API in a very Pythonic way. This is not distributed directly with IronPython and for this reason you cannot import it (yet)
* there will be two Python scripts performing (identical) functionality. One of these uses Jim's powershell module and the other utilizes the managed PowerShell API directly
From: users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com [mailto:users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] On Behalf Of Dave Kurman
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Subject: Re: [IronPython] importing powershell ala the demo video
Along with powershell Jim had a number of other helpers for the demo that might be useful to examine -- like how was vbx done?
I don't have a particular use case for now but the stuff is pretty exciting.
On 9/8/06, brian at babastik.com<mailto:brian at babastik.com> <brian at babastik.com<mailto:brian at babastik.com> > wrote:
I am missing a key step trying to recreate the
"from powershell import *" from Jim Hugunin demo
always get the "no module named powershell" error.
Does anyone know what else needs to be setup for IronPython to find the
powershell "module" and map it?
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