Future of python on Windows?
tdelaney at avaya.com
Tue Aug 27 05:35:03 CEST 2002
> From: Thomas Runge [mailto:t.runge at newage-avkseg.com]
> So one of my major questions relating to python would be:
> Will there be a
> "Python for .NET" in the future?
> (Of course, I am dreaming of a Python-implementation that
> will translate
> python-source to .NET-Intermediate-Language (IL) bytecode
> this way being
> able to use use the .NET common-language-runtime (CLR) and so on...)
There is a proof-of-concept of Jython compiled to .NET using J# (search the
Jython mailing lists). This appears like it will be the easiest route ...
Jash (Jhash/J#) doesn't work as well for denigrating MS as Cash (Chash/C#)
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