[IronPython] Announcement: Project to get some CPython C extensions running under IronPython
daftspaniel at gmail.com
Tue Oct 16 22:21:53 CEST 2007
> What would the issues be with NumPy - just the size of the API that
I was most concerned with data types (and converting) which for
statistical based computing needs to be exact. It is a great plus for
DotNet to have common types between languages. After working for years
in mixed VB6/C++ COM applications I really appreciate that :-)
Are Resolver Users looking to reuse their existing code in
spreadsheets or just have the same facilities? If the latter then SWIG
for Dotnet seems a better option than COM and is more Mono friendly.
On 10/15/07, Giles Thomas <giles.thomas at resolversystems.com> wrote:
> What would the issues be with NumPy - just the size of the API that would
> have to be wrapped? I must admin that my biggest concern with this would be
> getting everything running under Mono...
> Davy Mitchell wrote:
> On 10/12/07, Giles Thomas
> <giles.thomas at resolversystems.com> wrote:
> Python and .NET, but also the existing CPython C extensions.
> Hi Giles,
> Sounds like a good idea and the approaches mentioned seemed solid.
> One strategy I was considering for a port of my Mood News site to
> Ironpython (but not tried yet!) is wrapping a CPython Lib into a COM
> object using the win32 stuff and getting it into .Net via the COM
> interop support.
> Maybe not practical for Numpy :-) Does have the advantage of not
> having to modify the original lib...
> Giles Thomas
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