[IronPython] Calling a System DLL In IronPython?
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Sun Jan 24 13:18:39 CET 2010
For ctypes you should use the documentation that is part of the Python
documentation. For PInvoke the references will be mainly for C#.
Does anyone have examples of using PInvoke with clrtype and IronPython
On 24 Jan 2010, at 03:24, David McWright <david.mcwright at usbfmi.com>
> Is there a reference somewhere for PInvoke or ctypes in IP?
> On Jan 23, 7:31 pm, Michael Foord <fuzzy... at voidspace.org.uk> wrote:
>> On 24/01/2010 00:19, Andrew Evans wrote:
>>> I am trying to call user32.dll into IronPython how do I do this?
>>> Do I
>>> use clr.AddReference, that doesn't seem to do it.
>> clr.AddReference only works for .NET assemblies. user32.dll is not a
>> .NET assembly. To use it you will either need PInvoke or ctypes that
>> comes with IronPython 2.6.
>> PInvoke relies on .NET attributes. It used to be the case that you
>> couldn't use these directly with IronPython but needed a simple C#
>> wrapper. The following article shows how to call into user32.dll
>> using a
>> C# wrapper:
>> Alternatively you can try clrtype.py that comes with IronPython 2.6.
>> All the best,
>> Michael Foord
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