[Python.NET] Anyone or anything happening here?
hawkeye.parker at autodesk.com
Fri Feb 27 13:05:56 EST 2004
AFAIK, this is the only fully working (beta) implementation of anything Python > .Net. take a look at the link contents for details on this implementation. basically, it allows CPython access to .Net, but not the other way around. it is not "Python.Net", but CPython *for* .Net . . . . IMHO, it's quite good, and others on the list seem to like what it does/how it works.
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> I was interested in seeing if Python on .NET was possible?
> Stephen Russell
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