[IronPython] Error while porting Linux code to IronPython

Anthony Raj anthony_raj at persistent.co.in
Mon May 28 14:41:56 CEST 2007

Hi Micheal,


Thanks for your reply.

Have changed the declaration from leafNodes = dict to leafNodes = {} and its
working now .

There are no variable names as dict in the code, which is what puzzles me.


You mentioned that the code works for you. 

True ~ I forgot to mention that it works for me in a hello.py class too.


Also the code works as it is in various linux environments. 

Some how, I have a feeling that dictionary declarations in windows version

of CPython and Iron Python has some conflicts with other declarations.




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