[IronPython] DLR Hosting Spec

Michael Cummings cummings.michael at gmail.com
Sat Nov 24 04:26:24 CET 2007

I have a question more than feedback right now. How can I limit which
assemblies can be loaded into the hosted environment? I know I can set the
script path, but what if I don't want any scripts to load the
System.Remoting assembly?

Michael Cummings

On Nov 19, 2007 7:15 PM, Dino Viehland <dinov at exchange.microsoft.com> wrote:

> As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago we've been wrapping up work on
> designing the hosting APIs and just this past week we've started
> implementing the new hosting APIs.  We'll be continuing this work off-and-on
> over the next few months so now is a great time to start collecting feedback
> on the design of the new APIs.
> One thing worth mentioning is the spec is incomplete, and the text that is
> there is not final.  The conceptual introduction and the direction we're
> going is pretty solid.  However, as we review the API reference sections in
> detail, as implementation feeds back on the design, and as we gather
> external feedback, we're updating the spec and code.  The reason we're
> releasing this so early is to gather feedback on the design and
> functionality of the APIs.  Any feedback you have would be appreciated.
> The new APIs will also start showing up incrementally in the next few
> releases of IronPython and the regular source drops of IronRuby.  So soon
> you'll also be test out and experiment with the bits directly.  This should
> give us plenty of time to take any feedback into consideration and update
> both the spec and code for the final DLR APIs.
> We look forward to any feedback you might have!
> You can grab the spec here:
> http://www.iunknown.com/files/dlr-spec-hosting.pdf
> If anyone would like a version in Word format we can send that so you can
> mark it up w/ track changes enabled :).
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