[Python.NET] Who is using Python for .NET?
Keith J. Farmer
kfarmer at thuban.org
Wed Dec 17 14:42:43 EST 2003
Is Managed DirectX an option?
Have you looked into other Python/.NET implementations? (ie, IronPython, not yet released, is showing promise -- search google)
Another route is via COM: write COM classes in .NET, and instantiate in Python. I haven't tried it, but I believe it's possible.
From: Brandon J. Van Every [mailto:vanevery at indiegamedesign.com]
Sent: Wed 12/17/2003 11:37 AM
My plan is to implement the Native C++ code in the .NET way, using
Managed C++ as the bridge. Python then talks to .NET to get at the
performance stuff. Does this pose any problems? Is the Python .NET
bridge excruciatingly slow or anything like that? I will be crossing
the bridge frequently. The point is to use Python to glue together some
high performance low level routines, and to script various
computationally intensive AI behaviors in this way.
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