python.NET vs. IronPython (was: .net and python)
kyle at lakeofburningfire.org
Sun Sep 5 23:26:01 CEST 2004
python.net is a python extension that allows you to call .net classes
from regular python. IronPython is a python interpreter coded in
either managed C or C#. (not sure which) That python interpreter not
only has access to .net classes, but runs on top of the .net virtual
machine. It actually may be slightly faster than CPython since it
uses clr classes which have been heavily optimized. I think it's a
little early to tell about that, but it looks promising. For right
now, python.net looks to be the moderate course if you just want to
call a few .net classes.
On Thu, 2 Sep 2004 13:05:02 +0200, "Guyon Morée"
<gumuz at NO_looze_SPAM.net> wrote:
>Can anyone tell me the difference between python.net and IronPython?
>"Lawrence Oluyede" <raims at dot.com> wrote in message
>news:xzh9kwuw4lj8$.18shw4j93827i.dlg at 40tude.net...
>> In data Thu, 2 Sep 2004 18:28:03 +1000, Ajay ha scritto:
>> > Is it possible for me to have part of my application written using
>> > and then have it called from within a Python program.
>> Try Python.NET http://www.zope.org/Members/Brian/PythonNet/index_html
>> From there you can access dotNET libraries within a Python program
>> Lawrence (l dot oluyede at virgilio dot it)
>> "If the implementation is hard to explain, it's a bad idea."
>> from The Zen of Python by Tim Peters
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