New development windows, IronPython or PythonWin
danbrwn at gmail.com
Fri Mar 24 12:45:04 CET 2006
>> IronPython is currently nowhere near production quality. I would not
>> recommend it.
I realise its in beta. But long term, do you think that the win32com,
win32gui etc... will have no support because everyone jumps on the
Microsoft bandwagon? Aren't the windows support extensions supported
primarily by one guy, Mark Hammond? As a developer, this seams to leave
me with a vulnerability long term. Thanks for the advise.
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