[Python.NET] Any plans for supporting CLR2.0?
hernan.martinez at ecc.es
Thu Jan 26 10:27:36 CET 2006
>> I must say that Python.NET feels like an approach I would use more
>> than IronPython.
> I am second to this opinion. If I do not want\need to embed Python
> within CLR or .NET
> application I definitely do not want to install and use an other
> Python interpreter. CPython interpreter works fine.
There's also the fact that IronPython is too young and
requires .NET 2.0. For people who already have a
mature application, use 1.1, and/or is already in production
IMHO Python.NET is the way to go.
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