[Python.NET] python for net with python 2.6

Kareer, Ravinder Ravinder.Kareer at sungard.com
Mon Dec 14 14:30:43 CET 2009

Thanks a ton for your help.  Your solution did the trick.

On Dec 11, 2009, at 11:06 AM, "Alexey Borzenkov" <snaury at gmail.com>  

> On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 8:46 PM,  <Ravinder.Kareer at sungard.com> wrote:
>> We have been trying to use python for net compiled against python26  
>> with a
>> target framework of 2.0 and are getting a hard crash.
>> .NET Runtime version 2.0.50727.4927 - Fatal Execution Engine Error
>> (719D851A) (80131506)
> Can you please try with this patch:
> http://git.kitsu.ru/patched/pythonnet.git?a=commitdiff;h=a667bc8b29744a4baafaccc3806d19830a7bdeeb
>> We are able to “import clr”, “import System”, but when you  
>> do something as
>> basic as “s = System.String(‘a’)” you get a hard crash.
>> These commands were run from the pythonw.exe from the python26  
>> directory.
> I compiled clr with the above patch a very long time ago and I just
> checked in python.exe (not pythonw.exe since it doesn't show
> console... not sure what you meant) and these don't cause any crashes
> for me (Python 2.6.4). Make sure that you replace all PYTHON25 defines
> with PYTHON26 and there's a typo in one of source files that expects
> Python26 defined instead of PYTHON26. That's what the above patch
> fixes.

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