[Python.NET] .NET2.0 and loading assemblies
guy at r-e-d.co.nz
Fri Mar 3 21:21:18 CET 2006
I've been forced (due to the host application) to move my code to NET2.0. I also
need to use the host python installation like Tom. And like Tom I'm not a
professional programmer but I'm wondering if we should standardise on the
Ironpython syntax for loading assemblies. That is:
from System.Drawing import Size
from System.Windows.Forms import Form, Application
What do you think?
ps: I too see python for .NET as the way forward. I hope Brian still feels the same.
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