[Ironpython-users] IronPython on Windows Phone
cmello at gmail.com
Wed Mar 7 19:45:22 CET 2012
Thanks! I think I missed that one because I use the Express editions of
Visual Studio at home.
But now I see all the platforms are OK.
On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 2:31 PM, Jeff Hardy <jdhardy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Please use the RC1 files if you can.
> The normal WP build uses the same project files as everything else -
> just set the configuration to WP7Debug (or maybe Silverlight3Debug, I
> can't remember if I actually renamed it).
> You can also build everything by opening a Visual Studio command
> prompt, navigating to the root, and running `msbuild`. The resulting
> files will be in bin.
> - Jeff
> On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 5:01 AM, Cesar Mello <cmello at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > For the repro sample, do you prefer to have references to the RC1
> > or should I add the IronPython projects to compile from source and aid
> > debugging?
> > A second question: what solution and projects are being used for the
> > Phone build?
> > Thanks
> > Mello
> > On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 4:43 PM, Cesar Mello <cmello at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hi Jeff,
> >>> Looking at it briefly I can't see an obvious workaround (I'm not sure
> >>> what interactions MaybeNotImplementedAttribute will have); can you
> >>> open an issue and attach a minimal repro if possible?
> >> Sure! I'll open this issue at home later, because the Windows Phone use
> >> case is for a pet project in my spare time just for fun. That said, we
> >> using IronPython at work with .NET 4, but I don't want to mix personal
> >> with professional duties. You know. :-)
> >>> Also, thank you for looking at WP stuff. It needs people to hammer on
> >>> it to make sure that it works and find its limitations.
> >> Nice! It's a pleasure to help. I just don't have enough knowledge about
> >> the codebase and even Python is a new thing to me, but my objective is
> >> learn. Hacking IronPython seems to be the best way to learn and have
> fun at
> >> the same time. (I've seen quite a nice performance from PyPy so I
> >> there is a lot of room for optimizations in the long run too).
> >> Thanks a lot for the help!
> >> Best regards
> >> Mello
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