[IronPython] Time out
saeli.mathieu at gmail.com
Fri Jul 23 15:49:14 CEST 2010
I'm sending this email to get more information about a specific using of
I'm working on a Silverlight 4 project and I'm using IronPython
to execute script inside my C# code.
The main objective is to allow users to code an AI and send it into our
The AI will use the C# we made.
That's works fine. :)
But I want to prevent the user to create an infinite loop.
I browsed the Online documentation but I couldn't find any information about
"time out execution"
Func<bool> func = scope.GetVariable<Func<bool> >("MainLoop");
this.Result = func().ToString();
this.Result will contain a string with the error of the Python Script if
something wrong appended. ex: indentation or anything else.
but I want to make the method scope.GetVariable<>() time out if the script
contain an infinite loop.
Does anybody know something about that ?
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