[Python.NET] C# .net dll used in python
mark.mcmahon at eur.autodesk.com
Thu Mar 30 15:24:58 CEST 2006
It would look to me like the gpcifunc.dll is a C dll not a .NET one?
Isn't that what DllImport is for (note I do not know .NET very well - so I could be wrong).
If it is a C Dll - then what you need to access that method is probably ctypes.
From: pythondotnet-bounces at python.org [mailto:pythondotnet-bounces at python.org] On Behalf Of Lalit DIGARI
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Subject: [Python.NET] C# .net dll used in python
I am trying to use a c# dll in python application I follows the following steps.
from CLR.System.Reflection import Assembly
my_dll_name = Assembly.LoadWithPartialName('VPCI')
from CLR.System.Windows.Forms import Form
from CLR.TestWinForm import Form1
VPCI = Form1()// Form1 is a class in my .net dll
but I am getting CLR.system.DllNotFoundException:unalble to laod DLL(gpci.dll)
While gpci.dll is defined in my .net application as
unsafe public static extern Int32 gpciOpen (Int32 dReserved) ;
Form where the exception genrating
Can any one help me out.
2) in case I am using
my_dll_name = Assembly.LoadWithPartialName('path of dll')
Then my_dll_name is getting none while I am keeping the dll in my python root path it is working fine
Anyone has any clue.
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