[IronPython] Announcement: Project to get some CPython C extensions running under IronPython
tony at v-sim.com
Thu Oct 18 19:36:08 CEST 2007
Paolo Molaro wrote:
> On 10/17/07 Tony Djordjevski wrote:
>>> You do need to write C code as the API is a C API. I didn't list in the
>>> last mail because the C implementation of these functions is not a
>>> difference between the C# impl and the C++ impl of the rest of the code.
>>> The dllimport declarations I mentioned above would pinvoke to these C
>> Those C functions you speak about will need to execute managed code.
>> So, either way, what needs to be done is to allow "Reverse P/Invoke" or
>> some form of DllExport. Assuming this project is successful, native
>> C/C++ will have to, at some point, execute managed code.
>> There are only two ways that I know of that you can accomplish this in .NET:
>> 1. C++ Interop
>> 2. Modifying a compiled assembly
> or 3, the easiest of all: using function pointers in the C code which
> the runtimes will generate automatically when passing a delegate
> to a p/invoked method.
> Besides being trivial compared to both 1 and 2, it works on Mono and it
> works on the MS CLR.
> Happy hacking!
You're right. I actually forgot about that one, hence my post.
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