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Integrating python with smalltalk

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Hi all,
sorry if it isn't the right group (and sorry for the cross post, but
it's a cross- question :P ), but i'm not sure where to post. I have a
python library and i want to be able to call it from smalltalk (the
squeak implementation in particular..). I was just wondering if there
is a standard mechanism to do it. On windows i know i can create in
python a COM server and call it from smalltalk, but i wonder if there
is a more general solution (platform independent).

thanks for any advice,
nelson

Mar 23 '06 #1
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For a crazy response lets try:

Lets find how how we can call Python from Java or C#, without using COM.
If you can find some answers to those questions, perhaps that would shed
some light on how it would be possible in Smalltalk.

Ian

"nelson" <ne********@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi all,
sorry if it isn't the right group (and sorry for the cross post, but
it's a cross- question :P ), but i'm not sure where to post. I have a
python library and i want to be able to call it from smalltalk (the
squeak implementation in particular..). I was just wondering if there
is a standard mechanism to do it. On windows i know i can create in
python a COM server and call it from smalltalk, but i wonder if there
is a more general solution (platform independent).

thanks for any advice,
nelson


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Mar 23 '06 #2

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nelson wrote:
On windows i know i can create in
python a COM server and call it from smalltalk, but i wonder if there
is a more general solution (platform independent).


SOAP.

Mar 23 '06 #3

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