[python-win32] python - visualbasic integration

Mark Hammond mhammond at skippinet.com.au
Tue Dec 6 23:00:54 CET 2005

Certainly COM would work.  In this case your VB EXE would use CreateObject
to create a Python implemented object.  In response to GUI events, the VB
code can call Python methods and use the results.  For debugging, you should
find any of the professional IDE packages that support remote process
debugging can cope with that - I use Komodo for that kind of thing...

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[mailto:python-win32-bounces at python.org]On Behalf Of Amit Antebi
  Sent: Tuesday, 6 December 2005 10:18 PM
  To: python-win32 at python.org
  Subject: [python-win32] python - visualbasic integration

  We want to combine Visual Basic with Python.

  GUI will be in VIsual basic.

  Computation Engine will be in python.

  Which architecture do you recommend:

  1.  COM  - who will be client and who server, and why?

  2.  Python API - access the python from VB using the python API.

  3.  Is there another way? DLL? Python Embedding

  Things to consider:

    1.. The computation engine will need to work with big amounts of memory,
and we don't want to load them each time we access python.

    2.. Debugging is important.

  For your recommendations I thank you,

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