Is there a way to use .NET DLL from Python
Luis M. González
luismgz at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 15:35:28 CET 2008
On 7 feb, 05:52, Fuzzyman <fuzzy... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Luis M. González wrote:
> > On 6 feb, 21:17, Fuzzyman <fuzzy... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > On Feb 6, 9:59 pm, "Luis M. Gonz�lez" <luis... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > On Feb 6, 6:27 pm, Huayang Xia <huayang.... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > > Hello All,
> > > > > I have several .NET DLL (I have no source code for them), is there
> > > > > anyway to use them from python instead of from C#.
> > > > > Thanks,
> > > > > Huayang
> > > > I used to put my .dll files into the .DLL folder, so I could simply
> > > > import them as I would with any other python module.
> > > > But since I started using Ironpython 2.0 Alpha* this doesn't work
> > > > anymore...
> > > > Any hint?
> > > The rule is probably still that the DLLs must be in a directory on
> > > sys.path for the interpreter to find them. Try adding the directory
> > > containing the assemblies to sys.path and see if you can add
> > > references to them.
> > > Michael Foordhttp://www.manning.com/foord
> > > > Luis
> > I tried adding the directory to sys.path.
> > Still not working...
> > >>> import sys
> > >>> sys.path.append('C:\Documents and Settings\luismg\Escritorio\IronPython-2.0A
> > 8\DLLs')
> > >>> from ClassLibrary1 import *
> > Traceback (most recent call last):
> > File , line unknown, in ##235
> > File , line unknown, in _stub_##2
> > ImportError: No module named ClassLibrary1
> You need to add references to assemblies before you can import from
> the namespaces they contain.
> import clr
Oh, I know what you mean.
But that was exactly the reason for having a .DLLs folder, isn't it?
When you place an assembly into this folder, you avoid having to write
this boilerplate code, and simply import the assembly as you would
with a normal python module. At least, that´s how it worked in
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