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Hello,

Ironpython is a good alternative. But it would be great if it is
possible to access CLR from CPython.
I am aware Python for .NET ( PythonNet-1.0-beta3.tgz). I have started
using this tool now.
But I see that development of this promising tool has ceased for all
practical purposes.
Is it because there is nothing much to do beyond what it is now?

With regards,
Srijit
Jul 18 '05 #1
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sr****@yahoo.co m wrote:
Hello,

Ironpython is a good alternative. But it would be great if it is
possible to access CLR from CPython.
Iron Python will be the way to go if you want CLR access and managed
code. Particularly now its author works at Microsoft, there's hope that
we will have a great .NET implementation that manages to be
highly-compatible with CPython.

Remember that Python is an open source project. One of its goals is
availability across a startlingly wide range of platforms. Hard-wiring
the CLR into CPython would remove all pretence of portability, so it
isn't going to happen, I suspect. Until Microsoft open up .NET and make
it available on all Python-supported OSes.

Nah, it isn't going to happen!
I am aware Python for .NET ( PythonNet-1.0-beta3.tgz). I have started
using this tool now.
But I see that development of this promising tool has ceased for all
practical purposes.
Is it because there is nothing much to do beyond what it is now?

Do you perhaps have a URL that relates to this project? I suspect it's
an early experiment which (unlike Iron Python) concluded it wasn't
practical to adapt dynamic languages like Python to the CLR. That has
now been proved unduly pessimistic.

regards
Steve
Jul 18 '05 #2
URL : http://www.zope.org/Members/Brian/PythonNet

I had try if from many month, from now.
--
Michel Claveau

Jul 18 '05 #3

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