[Python.NET] PythonNet and .NET 2.0 Question
mkozyarchuk at funddevelopmentservices.com
Thu Aug 31 14:44:04 CEST 2006
From: Brian Lloyd [mailto:brian.lloyd at revolution.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 10:09 AM
To: Maksim Kozyarchuk; pythondotnet at python.org
Subject: Re: [Python.NET] PythonNet and .NET 2.0 Question
Hi Maksim - it is safe to use it, you just won't have access to 2.0-only
features like generics, etc.
The latest in svn mostly supports generics and a number of other
2.0-isms, but I haven't had any time to make a release or do much on it
On 8/30/06 9:06 AM, "Maksim Kozyarchuk"
<mkozyarchuk at funddevelopmentservices.com> wrote:
Hello, new to this mailing list & PythonNet, so forgive me for asking
questions others may have already asked.
I am using 1.0-rc2 downloaded from sourceforge, which as I understand
only supports .NET 1.1, however having built a simple assembly in .NET
2.0, I didn't have may issues using it.
Is it safe to use this release with .NET 2.0( provided I don't need
access to features introduced in 2.0 )
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