[Python.NET] Can a python class passed back to .Net
tony at pyxll.com
Thu Mar 17 12:48:45 EDT 2016
You have to decorate the methods you want to expose to .net with the
clrmethod decorator, e.g.
def overridden_method(self, x):
The parameters to the clrmethod decorator are the method return type and
argument types. You can expose properties similarly using the clrproperty
See runtime/resources/clr.py for details.
On Wed, Mar 16, 2016 at 9:29 PM Hansong Huang <hhspiny at pine.cc> wrote:
> This might be an obvious problem out of my lack of understanding how
> Python.Net work.
> I am exploring the possibility of program WPF ViewModel.
> After resolving the problem inheriting .Net interface class,
> class ViewModel(System.ComponentModel.INotifyPropertyChanged):
> __namespace__ = "WPFPy"
> class MyViewModel(ViewModel):
> .... here to implement follow ironpython examples
> then assign it to DataContext
> self.window = System.Windows.Markup.XamlReader.Load(outStream)
> self.window.DataContext = MyViewModel()
> this does not seem to work, the property/method in MyViewModel is never
> called nor any data binding happened.
> I was able to get ExpandoObject work well though and binding works fine
> self.window.DataContext = System.Dynamic.ExpandoObject()
> so, that makes me asking if it makes sense at all to pass a Python class
> object back into .Net framework and expect it works -- even if the proper
> interface is implemented.
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