[IronPython] Compiling with Pyc for Silverlight
dinov at microsoft.com
Mon Apr 20 17:18:30 CEST 2009
In theory there's just 1 IL re-write that's required for this to work. And that should be replacing the references to mscorlib/IronPython to point at the Silverlight versions. There's no way to directly have the written binaries target Silverlight because Reflection Emit has no cross-compilation support :(.
Do you know what's happening when trying to import packages?
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> Hello guys,
> I'd like to modify Pyc to work with Silverlight. I tried it with simple
> modules and it works straightforwardly - but I have a report that it
> doesn't work with packages.
> I'll try it - but if anyone has any idea of how to modify the bytecode
> generation to target the CoreCLR it would be appreciated. As far as I
> can tell from looking at the source it isn't adding any direct
> references to the desktop assemblies. Any clues as to what changes I
> should make? (Other than running from Silverlight and serializing the
> generated assemblies from memory to base64 which I would prefer to
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