fireonyoursleeve at hotmail.com
Wed Mar 7 20:27:31 CET 2007
Just started using IronPython - playing with XNA.
Digging up a couple old threads:
Can new value types (i.e. structs) be declared in IronPython? If so, what
defines the data layout. Like for instance if I want to create a new
What's the current status of a[i].x = n? Well, the current status is it
throws an exception warning you that it cannot be modified. What's the
proper way to update elements in an array? Is it possible to do without
replacing the entire element? I'm currently using a.SetItem(i,
For now, I've moved my vertex declarations back into C#, and since I care
about performance in the update loop, I should probably push that back into
C# as well, avoiding these issues entirely.
There's no way to partially implement a class across the language
boundaries, is there? (Since they would need to span assemblies?) Anything
that needs to get pushed back to C# for performance reasons will need to
have any required member data pass along, correct?
Thanks for bearing with these newb questions.
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