Martin v. Löwis
loewis at informatik.hu-berlin.de
Tue Sep 24 15:53:14 CEST 2002
"Achim Domma" <achim.domma at syynx.de> writes:
> a german IT magazin (iX) mentioned a .Net version of python, developed by
> ActiveState. My last information was, that there will be no .Net version
> with produces IL code, but only an extension for the new Visual Studio.
> Am I missing something or is the article simply wrong?
There is a product called VisualPython, which integrates with
Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. Depending on what .NET is for you, this
could be called a .NET version of Python (once Microsoft .NET Server
is out, any software that works on it could be called "works with
.NET"). But yes, this version does not produce MSIL, and does not
interoperate with the .NET runtime.
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