[IronPython] vb.net webform in asp.net website problem reloaded

Jimmy Schementi Jimmy.Schementi at microsoft.com
Wed Mar 31 07:16:57 CEST 2010

I'd advise keeping them in separate projects/websites, but it shouldn't be a requirement if you're just using ASPX/VB files. But, once you need to compile those files to a DLL, you need different projects (1 DLL per project).

From: users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com [mailto:users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] On Behalf Of Pablo Dalmazzo
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2010 4:07 AM
To: IronPython Mailing list
Subject: [IronPython] vb.net webform in asp.net website problem reloaded

Hi there,

So, I finally got the dlls files made with IronPython to work in asp.net by updating to the last version of IronPython and
compiling them with clr.CompileModules() . So I thought, there is nothing now to stop me from using IronPython for
comercial projects.

Now I work with other people who might keep using VB.NET in the projects for a while. So in IronPython 2.0 I found a trick
to have both .vb and .py files in the same website, by creating an ironpython website and placing the .vb files in the
App_Folder . But this doesnt work anymore with IronPython 2.6 and its web.config example , so now I can have
modules imported from dlls made in IronPython but I cant have both .vb and .py files in the same website.

Any workaround for this? Any idea?
We could create 2 different projects (one in VB.NET and one in IronPython) , and when we want to unify them we convert the .vb and .py to dlls files, but the problem with this is we cant use Visual Source Safe and if I edit some of my co-workers files there is no control of version at all

Greetings, Pablo.
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