[IronPython] cpython library
curt at hagenlocher.org
Fri Mar 26 13:08:00 CET 2010
I think your impression is right. But if there are C-based Python extensions
in use (these would have a ".pyd" file extension under Windows), you might
have some difficulty making them work. For desktop use, there's a project
called IronClad (http://code.google.com/p/ironclad/) that provides pretty
good support for the use of C extensions from within IronPython. But this
won't help for Silverlight, where you can't run native code in the sandbox.
You'd need to rewrite the C extensions in a managed language like C# (or
On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 4:22 AM, David Jensen <davidjensen at usa.net> wrote:
> Someone who worked with a person who was heavily using AI related
> for stock trading (possibly neural networks and related(genetic)) claimed
> person said IronPython could not use the AI stuff because it was written in
> Cpython. However, my impression is that the very large majority of python
> libraries are python source code and not compiled C, etc. programs (dll,
> etc.). Furthermore, those "C" libraries may also have "C" source.
> Silverlight will be very powerful when it catches on. I would assume the
> majority of Cpython would run in it.
> David Jensen
> davidjensen at usa.net
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