[IronPython] recommended methods for 'installing' assemblies

sevenseeker jtgalyon at gmail.com
Sat Sep 27 18:07:49 CEST 2008


simple indeed, thank you for your input

Do you know if there are plans for distutils and setuptools
functionality in IronPython?  Those really are helpful.

Thanks,
Jason

On Sep 27, 11:01 am, Michael Foord <fuzzy... at voidspace.org.uk> wrote:
> sevenseeker wrote:
> > I am completely new to IronPython and .NET so please bare with me.
>
> > I want to add some libraries/assemblies to the python path so that I
> > can just call clr.addReference('spam') from anywhere.
>
> > What is the recommended method for achieving this?  Should I extend
> > the PYTHONPATH?  Can/should I create a setup.py and install them from
> > there?  Is there a distutils and/or setuptools for IronPython?
>
> The recommended method is entirely dependent on your application
> deployment scenario.
>
> A useful technique is to keep all your assemblies in a single directory
> and add this to 'sys.path' at runtime.
>
> All the best,
>
> Michael Foord
>
> > Thanks,
> > Jason
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