[Ironpython-users] Build an application with VisualStudio and IronPython

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Fri Jul 27 21:16:31 CEST 2012


IronPython (and Python in general) is not a compiled language. You
don't BUILD an IronPython application as you would for VB.NET or C#.
You CAN pre-interpret your application into an executable using
pyc.py, but that is the extent of building as it pertains to


On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 10:13 AM, bruno gallart <bruno.gallart at orange.fr> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I try to understand the development with IronPython in VisualStudio 2010 and
> I think that i have not understand the build's method.
> I make one little application with IronPython and WinForms but i don't know
> the way how to do binaries like VisualBasic . With VisualBasic
> inVisualStudio I choose   "Build" and I do binaries and when I look the "
> configuration Manager " I see that the choice " build " is checked.   With
> IronPython in "Configuration Manager" i can't check the choice "build". Is
> it normal ? I think to do wrong manipulation but what ?
> Somebody can give me some help ?
> Thanks a lot,
> Bruno
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