Use of Python in .NET
I am developing a code which has MVC (Model - View - Controler)
architecture.My view is in .NET. And my controller is in Python.So can
i call Python script from .NET? If yes,
Can anybody tell me method or related documentation?
Thanks in Advamce....
> I am developing a code which has MVC (Model - View - Controler)
> architecture.My view is in .NET. And my controller is in Python.So can
> i call Python script from .NET? If yes,
> Can anybody tell me method or related documentation?
...Is anyone using Python for .NET?
Is anyone using Python for .NET? I mean Brian's version at Zope, which
simply accesses .NET in a one-way fashion from Python.
Not the experimental ActiveState stuff, which tried to compile IL and
apparently didn't succeed.
Two motives for the question:
1) whether to use it for my C++ / C# / .NET / Python (?) game project. It's
a prototype, so in this context a "mostly working beta" is acceptable. I
won't need "ready for prime time" for another year yet.
2) whether it's viable at this time to consult Pytho...Is there a way to use .NET DLL from Python
I have several .NET DLL (I have no source code for them), is there
anyway to use them from python instead of from C#.
The following links *may* put you on the right path:
Calling DLL functions from Python (
http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/146847 ), a
fairly complete description with some helper class code. Another example
( http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/181063 ) of
using the calldll module to do this.
calldll module: http://www.nightmare.com/software.html
http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe...Using Python to drive .NET apps
I'm looking for the best way, using open source tools only
(preferrably Python-based) to drive automated GUI testing on a .NET
application. App is written in C#.NET.
I have experience with driving Win32 apps with win32com.
On 28 Feb, 21:02, "Ransom" <g...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> I'm looking for the best way, using open source tools only
> (preferrably Python-based) to drive automated GUI testing on a .NET
> application. App is written in C#.NET.
> I have experience with driving Win32 apps with win32com.
> Tha...[Fwd: RE: Is anyone using Python for .NET?]
From: Mark Hammond <email@example.com>
To: 'James Tanis' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: RE: Is anyone using Python for .NET?
Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003 11:25:40 +1100
> Just wondering, because this discussion peaked my
> interest.. but why do
> you disagree.. I understand your opinion that the market right now for
> this product are "average" programmer's who happily except
> being dumbed
> down.. but why (if you do) do you disagree with his statement
> about .NET
> support being advantageous to *nix.
I...creating single-instance executables using python/py2exe
I have created an application using python/wxPython and py2exe. I have
associated a certain file extension with this application so that when I
double-click the file, my application is launched. The application runs
fine except that a new instance is created when I double click on two
different files. Is there a way in which I can make sure only one
instance is created? Any additional files are opened in the same running
instance? Would appreciate any comments/feedback.
Satchidanand Haridas (sharidas at zeomega dot com)
Open Min...Compiling Python 2.3 in Windows using .NET
I'm looking to compile debug versions of python23.dll and python23.lib
using .NET. I done this successfully using MSVC++ but would like to
use .NET. Has anyone been successful in compiling Python using .NET? I
would be interested in the process and any problems/quirks you ran
...Resolving import errors reported by PyLint in modules using Python.NET
PyLint can't figure out imports of .NET code being referenced in my Python =
scripts that use Python.NET. I can kind of see why; you have to evaluate s=
ome clr.AddReference calls for the imports to even succeed. I wonder if I =
have any recourse. Generally, to import a DLL you have to do a few things.=
I guess for an example I'll import a .NET string:
import clr # Python .NET common-language runtime module, the important p=
art of it all
from System import String # .NET System.String
can =3D String("Spam")
...Anyone else using Python OpenSSL Wrappers? (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pow/)
I have been considering the various SSL/crypto libraries for Python,
and they all have their plus and minus points. The main sticking point
has been to have BOTH X509 file support and access to some crypto
operations for signing/hashing.
The only one which does both (please correct me if this is a
misconception on my part) is http://sourceforge.net/projects/pow/ but I
can find very few references to it, or projects that use it via Google.
Does anyone use it in their projects, or have any experiences to share?
So far have tested reading some basic certificates and signing some