[Python.NET] Passing .NET objects to Python
barton at bcdesignswell.com
Sun Jul 3 01:38:56 CEST 2011
The source code for the pythondotnet project has a great example of
this. There is a copy [although, not quite up-to-date] of the project on
the github repository which even has nUnit unit test framework built in.
This project uses pure python to load the test assembly via unittest for
a fairly complete test of the pythondotnet assembly itself.
On 06/05/2011 03:06 PM, Meredith, Christopher wrote:
> I have a test framework written in C# that handles test execution,
> logging, reporting, etc., and some tests for some of our hardware that
> are written in Python. Ideally, I’m wanting to call Setup(), Run() and
> TearDown() methods defined in Python scripts, passing them an instance
> of the object I have that handles logging as a parameter (or defining it
> globally from the perspective of the loaded script). Whilst I can find
> methods that load entire Python scripts and call them from .NET, I can’t
> seem to find anything in the documentation or defined publicly in
> Python.Runtime.dll. Is this doable? Is this documented?
> Chris Meredith
> Test Engineer, North American Embedded Professional Services
> Email: christopher.meredith at nuance.com
> <mailto:christopher.meredith at nuance.com>
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