[IronPython] .NET attributes
Aaron.Marten at microsoft.com
Wed Sep 13 15:45:50 CEST 2006
Charlie is correct. Remember that the IronPython VSIntegration sample is really for two different set of folks:
1.) People using IronPython
2.) People trying to integrate their language into Visual Studio
In the case of IronPython web services, the project templates were included only for "completeness" of the sample for set #2, even though (as has been noted) they are non-functional due to reliance on .NET attributes.
The WebSite projects ('Venus' and Web Application Project - style) *are* usable, although there are still a number of language and integration issues to get them working better (e.g. event handler generation from the web designer doesn't work, debugging is broken in certain scenarios). More details will be forthcoming when the V3 Visual Studio 2005 SDK ships (should be any day now).
From: users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com On Behalf Of Charlie Moad
Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 5:42 AM
To: Discussion of IronPython
Subject: Re: [IronPython] .NET attributes
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
> 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
> Yes, IP is one hellauba <sharp> job,
> 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
> 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,
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