[Ironpython-users] Compiling and Deploying IronPython Dependencies to DLL

Chuck Dascalos dascalos at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 10 20:45:12 CEST 2014

Greetings IronPython friends.  I am putting together an Azure Worker Role which is a combination of C# and IronPython code.  I have included the IronPython Nuget package which drops in IronPython.dll and IronPython.Modules.dll among other things.  The IronPython.Modules.dll includes several popular python modules such as binascii, socket, cmath, etc...  
My IronPython code has a dependency on the Python Azure SDK.  I would prefer to generate my own dll similar to the Modules.dll that could hold the dependencies I need for my project.  Is this possible?  I would prefer to do it with a dll instead of including all the py files I need.  
I have been looking at the documentation for IronPython and using pyc.py to do such tasks.  So I am guessing this is the route to go.  
I don't understand how to build a .dll for the azure sdk when it is made up of several folders of py files.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!  Thank you. 		 	   		  
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