Tristan B. Kildaire
deavmi at disroot.org
Tue Mar 21 08:57:41 EDT 2017
On 2017/03/21 1:46 PM, Steve D'Aprano wrote:
> On Tue, 21 Mar 2017 08:39 pm, Tristan B. Kildaire wrote:
>> On 2017/03/21 11:07 AM, Ivo Bellin Salarin wrote:
>>> Le mar. 21 mars 2017 08:52, Tristan B. Kildaire <deavmi at disroot.org> a
>>> écrit :
>>>> Is Python.NET a version of Python that compiles Python source code to
>>>> Microsoft's IR for running by a MS runtime?
>> I heard of Python.NET. ANyway, what is IronPython (is that the one that
>> runs on an MS runtime?). The name is something I remember.
> I'm not sure if Python.NET is a new name for "Python for .NET", or a
> completely different project. Do you have a URL for it?
> Python for .NET brings the regular CPython interpreter to the .NET and Mono
> IronPython is a reimplementation of Python, written in C# as managed code
> for .Net, running on the CLR virtual machine. It doesn't use a GIL, and is
> sometimes considered a little faster than CPython.
> Python for .Net:
Ah. It was IronPython then. Thanks.
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