[Python.NET] Fwd: PythonNET 2.0 Alpha2 and .NET 4.0
oleksii.bidiuk at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 14:49:57 CET 2011
any news on the problem with ConstructorBinder/ConstructorBinding below? It
seems like the ConstructorBinding class was not checked in. Could this be
Thanks in advance.
2011/1/17 Oleksii Bidiuk <oleksii.bidiuk at gmail.com>
> Hi Barton,
> thanks for the update! I've got the latest version, but the changes to the
> classmanager.cs do not seem to compile
> // Implement Overloads on the class object
> ConstructorBinding ctors = new ConstructorBinding(type, tp, co.binder);
> // ExtensionType types are untracked, so don't Incref() them.
> // XXX deprecate __overloads__ soon...
> Runtime.PyDict_SetItemString(dict, "__overloads__", ctors.pyHandle);
> Runtime.PyDict_SetItemString(dict, "Overloads", ctors.pyHandle);
> as the new class is called 'ConstructorBinder' (instead of
> ConstructorBinding) and it does not have a matching constructor. I am trying
> to figure out the details, but I assume you will have to push new version
> Further I assume this only fixes the proper constructor overloading. I am
> still interested in the .NET 4.0 and VS2010 support. Can you shed some light
> on that? What changes do you expect for proper .NET 4.0 support? I see the
> clrmodule.il and the buildclrmodule.bat refering to 2.0 runtime. Is it
> enough to change these two?
> 2011/1/16 Barton <barton at bcdesignswell.com>
>> This has been pushed to the trunk @ version 122 on the 9th of January,
>> See the Tracker/Patches for details.
>> On 1/11/2011 6:17 AM, Oleksii Bidiuk wrote:
>> Hi Barton,
>> do you still have any plans to work on the merge? I am curious what the
>> changes are (how much, what impact do they have) and whether there something
>> can be done to help you with this.
>> Thanks in advance!
>> 2011/1/7 Barton <barton at bcdesignswell.com>
>>> I've got this working on my private (for the moment) branch. I could do
>>> this merge by this weekend if folks will find it useful.
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