[IronPython] VS 2010 Integrated Shell question
loocas at duber.cz
Wed Apr 13 20:42:16 CEST 2011
thanks for the info.
Now, I'm wondering, how did you get the WPF designer to
work in the Integrated Shell version of VS? I don't seem
to be able to get it working (basically after choosing
the WPF IPy template to start with, nothing shows up). :(
Thanks a lot in advance!
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On 13.4.2011 20:00, Dino Viehland wrote:
> Lukáš wrote:
>> Thanks Markus, for the explanation.
>> So, basically, if I buy the VS 2010 Professional, I'll get both, the IronPython
>> tools support as well as the ability to design WPF or WinForms applications?
> There is no WinForm designer support in Python tools - we just have a simple
> template for creating a WinForms app but you'll have to write all of the UI code
> by hand. This is because the WinForms designer is actually very heavily built
> around round-tripping statically typed code to generate the UI. We did do this
> w/ IronPython 1.x in IronPythonStudio and someone could port this forward to
> IpyTools if they really wanted to - but it was very ugly and involved lots of
> decorators and other gunk to keep VS happy.
> I just tried the WPF support in the integrated shell and that does work - here's
> the screen shot to prove it: http://i.imgur.com/AWE62.png WPF is awesome in
> contrast to WinForms because everything's in the XAML and therefore we just
> need to add a little bit of integration to make the XAML load nicely in Python.
> There was the bug in Beta 1 of PTVS where the toolbox was broken in the WPF
> designer but this should just work with Beta 2 or if the original IpyTools. But
> either way VS Pro won't buy you much in terms of UI designer support.
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