Developing Commercial Applications in Python
Richards Noah (IFR LIT MET)
Noah.Richards at infineon.com
Mon Jan 3 14:26:31 EST 2005
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> "Richards Noah (IFR LIT MET)" <Noah.Richards at infineon.com> wrote in
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> > Begging your pardon, but a better resource would be the brochure
> > (http://www.pti-us.com/PTI/company/brochures/PSSE.pdf). It appears that
> > program was probably (originally) written in C/C++ (using MFC for the
> > and now employs Python for adding modules and scripting support. Very
> > interesting stuff :)
> It was actually developed in Fortran some 35 years ago. Then migrated to
> F77. Then added a C/C++ layer to sit ontop. Then converted to API
> Then added a Python layer on top.
> The only thing unfortunate is that they went with MFC on the newest
Hahaha, sounds like a party to me. And they didn't even throw in a layer of
Lisp for good effort? Too bad, if you ask me :)
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