[Python.NET] Any plans for supporting CLR2.0?
mark.mcmahon at eur.autodesk.com
Wed Jan 25 17:16:12 CET 2006
I must say that Python.NET feels like an approach I would use more than IronPython.
I like being able to mix both C extensions and .NET extensions together.
I haven't had a need for .NET functionality yet, but if I do it will have to be Python.NET because the rest of my code makes extensive use of ctypes.
From: pythondotnet-bounces+mark.mcmahon=autodesk.com at python.org [mailto:pythondotnet-bounces+mark.mcmahon=autodesk.com at python.org] On Behalf Of Brian Lloyd
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 11:11 AM
To: f.geiger at vol.at; pythondotnet at python.org
Subject: Re: [Python.NET] Any plans for supporting CLR2.0?
> Dear all,
> I'd like to integrate CPython- and Boo-programs. As I am already
> on CLR2.0 I
> wonder when Python for .NET could be available for CLR2.0. As its install
> file suggests it is ready for CLR1.1 only, right?
> Kind regards
> Franz GEIGER
The pre-built versions I post are currently built for 1.1, but
you should be able to build it against 2.x with minimal pain
(though it wont support 2.x-only features, of course).
Michael Eddington posted a build against 2.0 back in October:
I hope to get some time starting in Feb. to work on some bugs
that have been reported and implement support for generics, etc.
I've been slacking off a bit lately given that IronPython really
seems to be taking off, but it seems like it would still be
useful to have a native bridge with support for at least the
bigger changes in CLR 2.x.
Brian Lloyd brian at zope.com
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