[IronPython] System.Reflection.Assembly finding python modules but no classes..
matt at geneity.co.uk
Fri Jul 27 17:15:18 CEST 2007
I'm working on an IronPython project in Visual Studio. I'm attempting
to use some 3rd party code that's written using Microsoft Application
This code is attempting to instantiate my IronPython classes dynamically
It would appear that the factory is making calls to load the IronPython
assembly, then using reflection to load/instantiate and return the
This is causing a problem. It would appear that the IronPython assembly
does not have any knowledge of classes contained in the python modules.
I've narrowed the code down to the following:
The project is building an assembly called 'UIPython', and it contains a
python module 'Form1' which itself contains a python class called 'Form1'
This code throws an exception:
typeInstance = assemblyInstance.GetType('Form1.Form1', True, False)
"Could not load type 'Form1.Form1' from assembly 'UIPython,
Version=0.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'."
However, attempting to load the module appears to be fine:
typeInstance = assemblyInstance.GetType('Form1', True, False)
Interrogating the types in the assembly (assemblyInstance.GetTypes())
returns the modules, but none of the classes that are defined.
I'd be very grateful for any suggestions..
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