[IronPython] .NET attributes

Charlie Moad cwmoad at gmail.com
Wed Sep 13 14:42:50 CEST 2006


I have seen these examples, but my impression was that they are not
useable.  The generic web site one may be, but I am pretty sure the
web service example does not expose any methods as services.

On 9/13/06, S H Yoon <yelled at yahoo.com> wrote:
> "C:\Program Files\Visual Studio
> 2005SDK\2006.08\VisualStudioIntegration\Samples\IronPythonIntegration\WebSiteProj
> ect\WebSiteProject.proj"
>
> Seems like here and below this tree. I see plenty of examples of IPY web
> including Webservice. Is there a good guide to these? I am compeletly
> ignorant about ASP.net / Web developement, but I would love learn how via
> IP.
> Yes, IP is one hellauba <sharp> job,
>
> Hoon,
> Charlie Moad <cwmoad at gmail.com> wrote:
>  On 9/13/06, Sanghyeon Seo wrote:
> > What is the expected timeline for support for .NET attributes in
> IronPython?
>
> I know this has probably been brought up before, but I wanted to speak
> up to maybe put a little more priority behind this. I personally feel
> limited many times because there isn't attribute support in IP. To my
> knowledge I can't do relatively simple things like asp.net web
> services. Also fine grained xml serialization doesn't seem doable as
> well. If I am wrong, please Please correct me! It could be the fact
> that most XML related functionality in .Net relies heavily on
> attributes, but they seem prevalent everywhere.
>
> Keep up the great work,
>  Charlie
>
>
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