[IronPython] How to find import in ipy
michael at voidspace.org.uk
Thu Mar 11 18:36:54 CET 2010
On 11/03/2010 17:33, Ken MacDonald wrote:
> Thanks Michael,
> We're using .NET, so this should be OK, I guess?
If you're using IronPython that you are definitely using .NET. Do you
mean you are using ASP.NET?
> All of the other controls (StackPanel, Grid...) are being imported
> from System.Windows.Controls, so I thought ListItem ought to have been
> somewhere in there.
>> from System.Web.UI.WebControls import ListItem
> That's for ASP - is that what you are using?
>> but I get "can't import UI"
> You will need to add a reference to its containing assembly before
> you can import it.
> What is the 'containing assembly'? Should I do something like....
If you go to the MSDN page you were using as a reference previously it
will tell you what *assembly* the WebControls namespace is contained in
You will need to add a reference to this assembly before you can import
from it. This will look *something* like:
All the best,
> from System.Web import UI
> (guess, not, same error!)
>> So, anyone know how to do this?
>> Also, I'm concerned that next time (if I ever get it working
>> first time) I come to this popup, it will contain the items I had
>> added previously; how does one go about clearing the whole listbox?
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