[IronPython] "IDLE like" functionality
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Wed Apr 29 15:24:18 CEST 2009
Vernon Cole wrote:
> Actually, the code editor for IDLE (and pythonwin) is written in
> Python, so no, it does not have to be left out.
IDLE uses Tkinter - which theoretically *might* work under Ironclad but
unless there is a managed version of Tk/Tcl no-one is likely to port it.
> Since pythonwin is a
> native WinForms application,
PythonWin does not use Windows Forms it uses win32.
> it would be a great example project for
> how to do it. If pywin32 were ported to IronPython it would be done.
> On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 2:21 AM, Harriv <harriv at gmail.com> wrote:
>> A beginner's question: Is there a tutorial/demo/sample project to show how
>> embed "IDLE like" functionality in C# WinForms application?
>> So basically I'd like to add interactive command line to my application,
>> but of course all other features of IDLE (eg debugging, code editors etc)
>> must be left out.
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