[IronPython] Re strict imports

Leo Carbajal desleo at gmail.com
Wed Sep 3 02:38:13 CEST 2008

This is a condensed version. You'll have to sign the assembly or you'll get
an error at the domain creation step, other than that this should run just
by starting a new console application, adding the IPY and DLR DLLs, and then
copying and pasting this file over the default generated code.

Even after starting a new project to make sure my sample builds I still
observe the same behavior.


On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 6:36 PM, Curt Hagenlocher <curt at hagenlocher.org>wrote:

> Do you have a simple reproduction that doesn't include any of your
> domain-specific code?
> On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 4:30 PM, Leo Carbajal <desleo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> So here's a strange wrinkle,
>> when I run this with the debugger (unmodified except for adding the
>> IronPython assemblies as full-trust on the domain) it works fine and as
>> expected. If I run it without the debugger attached it gives me the same
>> exception as before, when I catch the exception myself I also get this
>> tidbit:
>> The assembly or AppDomain that failed was:
>> Microsoft.Scripting, Version=, Culture=neutral,
>> PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35
>> The Zone of the assembly that failed was:
>> MyComputer
>> The Url of the assembly that failed was:
>> file:///B:/Code/IronPythonShell/IronPythonShell/bin/Debug/Microsoft.Scripting.DLL
>> If I build and compile the code as Release instead of Debug I get:
>> System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException: Type
>> 'System.Scripting.SourceUnit' in assembly 'Microsoft.Scripting.Core,
>> Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35' is not
>> marked as serializable.
>>    at Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.ExecuteFile(String path)
>>    at IronPythonShell.Program.Main(String[] args) in
>> B:\Code\IronPythonShell\IronPythonShell\Program.cs:line 54
>> It's a little beyond odd to me, but like I said before I fear I don't
>> fully understand what's going on behind the goo. The only consolation is
>> that I can at least built out my scripting system in working form and later
>> run it under a more trusted domain for production by simply removing the
>> domain from the Runtime.Create() constructor and then adding it later. (At
>> least, I hope this is the case)
>> ---
>> Leo C.
>> On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 4:50 PM, Shri Borde <Shri.Borde at microsoft.com>wrote:
>>>  The CLR doesn't dump out full exception information on
>>> SecurityExceptions in partial trust – you can get a lot more information if
>>> you look at the exception in a debugger, or if you Assert for FullTrust
>>> before doing a ToString on the permission.  Once you do that, you should be
>>> able to get more data including the demanded permission and the assembly
>>> which caused the demand to fail, instead of the message saying "The
>>> granted set of the failing assembly was:" which does not say which
>>> assembly is causing the problem.
>>> Also, can you try adding IronPython.dll and IronPython.Modules.dll to the
>>> fullTrustAssemblies argument to AppDomain.CreateDomain<http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms130766.aspx>
>>> ?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Shri
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