.NET and Python?

John Roth johnroth at ameritech.net
Mon Feb 24 18:53:56 CET 2003


That's also just support in the IDE for writing
Python programs. It doesn't integrate Python into
the .NET framework the same way that Python
integrates into Java as Jython.

John Roth

"hanzac" <hanzac at cmmail.com> wrote in message
news:a8a1d9ad.0302232218.1fe13c6b at posting.google.com...
> I know that ActiveState Visual Python is such a solution.
> But it need $.
>
> Info:
>
>      Visual Python is the high-productivity Python plug-in for Visual
>      Studio .NET. Powerful, Python-specific features within the
familiar
>      Visual Studio environment provide ease of use and accelerated
>      development cycles.
>
>      Visual Python integrates seamlessly with Visual Studio .NET,
allowing
>      programmers to fully leverage the features of
>      Microsoft's popular development tool suite.
>
>      Familiar Visual Studio Experience
>      If you are one of the millions of programmers who have chosen
Microsoft's
>      Visual Studio .NET as your development framework, you can now add
>      Python to the list of fully-supported languages. Visual Python's
familiar
>      interface and array of features bring a powerful Python
programming
>      experience to the Microsoft desktop.
>
>      Features
>       - Python Editor with Intellisense
>       - Graphical debugger
>       - Project Manager
>       - Online Help
>       and more!
>
>
>      NOTE! You need:
>        ActivePython 2.2
>        Visual Studio .NET Final Version






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