Update:KOBRA - .NET for Python

Chetan Gadgil cgjunkaddr at attbi.com
Mon Jan 27 04:43:32 CET 2003


Sorry, I haven't done that yet...

Still missing are:
1) Direct access to attributes (currently only thru methods)
2) Direct access to properties

For now, I write wrapper classes where needed (actually not needed by me
that often).
Very often I can do:
x = createObject(...)
x.setX(10)
etc.
However, I am doing a major cleanup of my code and will include this
(attribute constructor) as an important enhancement.

Chetan


"Kyle Yancey" <kyle at lakeofburningfire.org> wrote in message
news:cor83v4ih1j852u8hd8gfsnqcahp07vgfo at 4ax.com...
> One question.  Is there any way to create an object with a
> constructor? I was trying one of the form examples in the .Net
> documentation.  How would I do this:  point1 = Point (10, 10);
>
> On Sun, 26 Jan 2003 20:58:42 GMT, "Chetan Gadgil"
> <cgjunkaddr at attbi.com> wrote:
>
> >Hi
> >
> >I have updated the library and documentation with some examples:
> >1) How to use XML apis from .NET
> >2) How to access .NET webservices dynamically from Python
> >3) Create Windows forms
> >
> >Coming soon:
> >
> >1) How to access COM objects from Python, without using win32com library.
> >(using only kobra .NET)
> >
> >This project is under constant development to increase usability and
improve
> >features.
> >
> >Thanks to GV Rossum for creating this superb language - Python and to
Mark
> >Hammond for his awe inspiring win32all.
> >
> >http://www.gadgil.net/DotNetWrapperForPython.htm
> >
> >Regards
> >Chetan
> >
>






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