[Python.NET] compiling for .NET CLR4, Python 2.7

John Burkhart jfburkhart.reg at gmail.com
Thu Nov 1 09:54:17 CET 2012

Interesting finding...

I just uninstalled EPD (Enthought Python Distribution) and installed
vanilla Python 2.7

So far it seems all is working.

On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 9:39 PM, Thomas Stanley-Jones <
tstanleyjones at gmail.com> wrote:

> I also tried to build on a 64bit Windows 7 machine and was not able to
> make it work consistently.  I was told that the issue was with the version
> of VS that I used to build PythonNet.  I am not knowledgeable in this area
> however, and could not figure out how to get it to work consistently.  I
> was trying to use it with a distribution of CPython 2.6 (which caused me
> the most trouble) and CPython 2.7.  I stopped working on it as I could only
> get 2.7 to see the PythonNet module.  I'm curious what answers you come up
> with as I would still love to get this to work on my machine.
> Thomas
> On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 7:19 AM, John Burkhart <jfburkhart.reg at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm new to .NET and just trying to make available a few .NET dll files
>> for an application I would *like* to build in CPython. I'm trying to use
>> pythonnet for the task as I would prefer not to use IronPython. I have
>> Python 2.7 installed on a 64bit Windows 7 PC.
>> I have managed to get the latest svn version, confirmed required changes
>> according to:
>> http://blog.bidiuk.com/2011/01/python-net-and-vs2010-net-4/
>> were made. Though, it seemed most were no longer necessary in the latest
>> SVN version.
>> I also changed the Conditional Compilation symbols to: PYTHON27,UCS2
>> under the Python.Runtime, Properties->Build tab.
>> I rebuilt the entire solution, and all compiled with no errors.
>> However, I get the following when I try to run Python.exe:
>> PS G:\svn\Python\pythonnet\trunk\pythonnet\src\console\bin\Debug>
>> .\python.exe
>> ImportError: No module named site
>> PS G:\svn\Python\pythonnet\trunk\pythonnet\src\console\bin\Debug>
>> Does anyone have experience building pythonnet for Python 2.7 and .NET 4?
>> Thank you in advance,
>> john
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