[IronPython] Trac, Genshi, AST, etc.
M. David Peterson
xmlhacker at gmail.com
Thu Sep 14 07:58:53 CEST 2006
>> For SVN access, I am willing to write a VC plugin using .NET
subversion libraries like NSvn.
I need this for other projects, and plan to take a first stab at it before
too long. If/When I do (If would be if you beat me to the punch, which for
obvious reasons would be fine by me :) I will point you to it.
On 9/13/06, Sanghyeon Seo <sanxiyn at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is a little investigation I did for Trac on IronPython.
> The primary link of interest is:
> Okay, initially I intended to write a good introduction on involved
> issues to be readable by outsiders, but I give up. I paste what I
> wrote on Trac ticket. Food for thoughts.
> * * *
> Re: jonas IronPython supports os and StringIO module now.
> Re: mgood As you pointed out, ClearSilver is a C extension and can't
> be made to run on IronPython. I think getting Genshi run would be
> possible though. See below.
> For SVN access, I am willing to write a VC plugin using .NET
> subversion libraries like NSvn.
> For a database library, I have DB-API implementation backed by ADO.NET
> and a compatibility module for sqlite ready.
> I also have md5 module using System.Security.Cryptograpy ready.
> For compiler package, the package itself is pure-Python, the problem
> lies on parser module. PyPy project wrote a pure-Python implementation
> of parser module, which should run just fine on IronPython:
> Another possibility is new _ast interface in Python 2.5. (See
> http://genshi.edgewall.org/changeset/31) Unlike old parser interface,
> it looks very feasible for IronPython to implement this interface.
> Bytecode generation is problematic. Naturally IronPython can't support
> new.code called with CPython bytecode. I am thinking about using
> unparse to turn that to Python source and then exec to get a code
> Lots of rough ideas.
> Seo Sanghyeon
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M. David Peterson
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