Visual Interdev & Python
javanet at dynacap.com
Mon Apr 3 19:41:15 CEST 2000
I'm getting ready to build a web based app using ASP.
Since I'm totally new in this arena, I was kindly provided with ASP books, a
VBScript reference book
and Visual Interdev by management.
Most of the staff I've done in past had to deal with in the unix world,
using perl, bash, php, some c , etc.
I was a little disgusted by the VB syntax and I rather not spend anytime
learning it if could use another language,
preferably python, since I have been using it for a couple month and I'm
totally in love with it.
Is there any way to integrate Visual Interdev with python. Visual Interdev
seems to be a very popular tool
for ASPs and I think it could be a great way to attract Windows Developers
(VB) to use python.
Has anyone attempted to do this before? Can anyone help with some
suggestions or point me to the right direction?
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