[Python.NET] Re: Problem whith DirectX Mesh importation
lcaumont at pamdev.com
Thu Jan 22 11:05:47 EST 2004
It seem that Mesh is in NameSpace 'CLR.Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3D' but is
define in the DLL : Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3DX.dll
so I try that:
from CLR.Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3D import Mesh
But doesn't work.
If i well understand, 'from CLR.Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3D import Mesh' try
to import 'Mesh' from CLR.Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3D.dll not
CLR.Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3DX.dll , isn't it ?
The both dll share the same NameSpace.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Lloyd" <brian at zope.com>
To: "Laurent Caumont" <lcaumont at pamdev.com>
Cc: <pythondotnet at python.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2004 4:02 PM
Subject: RE: Problem whith DirectX Mesh importation
> > "from CLR.Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3D import Mesh"
> > => ImportError: cannot import name Mesh
> > It seems that 'Mesh' is define in the Direct3DX library because when I
> > remove the reference the "Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3DX" in the
> > reference list
> > in a directx C# sample, I have the same error...
> > How can I add a refrence like in C# ?
> > The "import CLR.Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3DX as D3DX" doesn't work.
> > Thanks for help.
> What is the actual name of the _assembly_ that implements the
> Direct3DX library?
> Remember that the name-based import in Python is linked to
> namespaces, and 'implicit assembly loading' only happens if
> the namespace you are trying to import happens to match the
> name of the assembly implementing it (which luckily is often,
> but not always, the case).
> So for example, if the assembly is actually named 'Direct3DX.dll',
> you'll need to load the assembly explicitly before attempting to
> import the namespace, since the names don't match. There is an
> example of this in the README for Python for .NET:
> from CLR.System.Reflection import Assembly
> a = Assembly.LoadWithPartialName("SomeAssembly")
> # now we can import namespaces defined in that assembly
> from CLR.SomeNamespace import Something
> Brian Lloyd brian at zope.com
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> Zope Corporation http://www.zope.com
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