[IronPython] IronPython in Visual Studio 2008
josh at globalherald.net
Wed Jan 20 01:25:43 CET 2010
Regarding IronPython in Visual Studio 2008: don't try this. Visual Studio
2008 is hopelessly broken when it comes to Python, and it will mangle your
Python code. At least that's the way it was when I tried it several
months ago. I've been using Eclipse with PyDev with success.
Some of the other more experienced folks can answer your questions about
building packages and mixing C++ and Python code. According to the latest
faq, you can't use modules such as NumPy or SciPy just yet, because they
are C based and currently there is no way to link that code with the .NET
based IronPython. Dino, am I correct?
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