[IronPython] Python Standard Library in IronPython

Kenneth Miller xkenneth at gmail.com
Wed Oct 29 16:52:21 CET 2008


     That makes sense to me as well. I want to run python unaltered  
python scripts on silverlight and (maybe) ironpython without using the  
python standard library. It makes sense to use the python standard  
library in IronPython as it's there, and you can use it. However this  
doesn't make a whole lot of sense in Silverlight for the reasons I  
mentioned before, mainly bloat. So I suppose we should just rehash  
what functions we need and build them into an identical structure as  
found in the standard python libraries?

I hope to hear back from you soon! I'm excited to work on a joint  


On Oct 29, 2008, at 2:19 AM, Seo Sanghyeon wrote:

> 2008/10/29 Kenneth Miller <xkenneth at gmail.com>:
>> How would these modules be structured, I'd simply just recreate  
>> what we need
>> out of the standard library using .NETs classes. So for instance  
>> for os.path
>> i'd literally write a new module. I've got the pure python  
>> implementation of
>> elementtree along PDIS-XPATH for xpath operations. I've written a few
>> modules here:
>> http://github.com/xkenneth/gpath/tree/master
>> http://github.com/xkenneth/gxml/tree/master
> Okay, here is my take on how clipath would be structured:
> http://www.bitbucket.org/sanxiyn/clipath/
> -- 
> Seo Sanghyeon
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