Python Scripting in Windows MSIE 6.0

jmdeschamps jmdeschamps at cvm.qc.ca
Fri Jun 11 06:55:20 CEST 2004


"Claudio Grondi" <claudio.grondi at freenet.de> wrote in message news:<2irciaFpf38eU1 at uni-berlin.de>...
> >>No need to repeat your posts more than once.
> Sorry for the multiple postings, but I had a problem with
> my newsreader software.
> 
> > You can only run Windows Scripting Host (WSH)
> > languages inside the MSIE browser.
> Sure - as the subject line says (other browser
> support usually only Javascript, right?).
> 
> >> I think ActiveState provide a WSH version of Python.
> I tried ActiveState Python 2.3.2 - and it doesn't work
> either. I mean, that I have seen one or two older
> postings to discussion boards saying that Python works
> ok inside Microsoft Internet Explorer.
> 
> Anyone any further ideas?
> 
> It would be _so nice_ to have MSIE as a kind of
> GUI to Python - even Microsoft uses MSIE for this
> purpose (e.g. in the installation of Microsoft
> Visual C++ NET 2003).
> 
> Thank you in advance for any helpful response.
> 
> Claudio

Hi Claudio,

Maybe tou know about this Microsoft site
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/script56/html/letScriptComponentTutorial.asp

Good luck,

JM



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