[Python.NET] Showing modal .NET dialogs from Python

Mike and Viv Kelly mikeandvivkelly at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Mar 11 09:40:09 EST 2004

Hi Jill.
Have a look at the documentation where it describes using 'Assembly.LoadWithPartialName'. I think you need to do something like this:
    from CLR.System.Reflection import Assembly
    from CLR.MyColleaguesFile import MyColleaguesForm
Then you can use the class natively. The above assumes that the assembly can be located in the existing path (e.g. current working directory). If not, add its location to sys.path. 
Also assumed is that the namespace for the class is the same as the assembly file name. If not, use the correct one in the third line above, e.g. CLR.MyColleaguesNamespace.

  From: pythondotnet-bounces at python.org   [mailto:pythondotnet-bounces at python.org] On Behalf Of Jill-Connie   Lorentsen
Sent: 11 March 2004 04:16
To:   pythondotnet at python.org
Subject: [Python.NET] Showing modal ..NET   dialogs from Python

      I am new to this, so please excuse me if I'm not making     myself 100% clear.
    My colleague is writing a modal dialog using ..NET. I want     to show it from Python, but I can't figure out how. 
    I guess it'll be something like:
    import CLR
    import CLR.System.Windows.Forms as MyForm
    from MyColleaguesFile import MyColleaguesForm
    MyForm = MyColleaguesForm
    I've looked at the helloform, splitter and wordwin     examples, the mailinglist archive etc, but I feel like I'm missing     something. Is it even possible to do what I want to do?

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