[ANN} pyDotNet 0.9.2 released

Jonathan Shore jonathan.shore at gmail.com
Sat Sep 2 15:01:18 EDT 2017

I’ve published a package on PyPi called ‘pyDotNet’.  pyDotNet allows Python to access .NET libraries. From Python one can:

* create .NET objects
* call member functions
* call class functions (i.e. static members)
* access and set properties
* access indexing members

.NET objects are provided as python objects via proxy, so can be interacted within the python object idiom.

The package will run with mono on OS X or Linux and on windows with the Microsoft .NET VM.   Find the source and description of the package on:

https://github.com/tr8dr/.Net-Bridge/tree/master/src/Python/pyDotNet <https://github.com/tr8dr/.Net-Bridge/tree/master/src/Python/pyDotNet>

And the PyPi link as:

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pydotnet <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pydotnet>

The package is stable, as has been in use for some years, but only now packaged up for public use on PyPi.  Feel free to contact with questions or suggestions on GitHub or by email.  

Jonathan Shore

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