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Re: [IronPython] Using C# derived form in your Ipy script
« Reply #17 on: May 16, 2009, 05:31:07 AM »
I think BOO is very cool (Tim Wiley introduced us to it looooooong ago). The only thing that concerns me is wasted development investment should it wither and die.

PS: Nice demo Mick. :)

Thanks.

Call me old fashioned but I just like Python :)

I haven't looked at Boo too much but I don't think Python is going anywhere soon and it's working well with .net so I'll stick with it for a while I think.
Ideally I'd like to hide the .net interface in helper modules that I can replace with C arx extension modules at a later date if I need more speed or to lock down some of the source code, that's the plan anyway :)
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Re: [IronPython] Using C# derived form in your Ipy script
« Reply #18 on: May 18, 2009, 08:08:16 PM »
I dunno, maybe he goes by Ringo -- he does march to a different drummer.


Thanks. :)

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Re: [IronPython] Using C# derived form in your Ipy script
« Reply #19 on: May 18, 2009, 08:12:31 PM »
Ideally I'd like to hide the .net interface in helper modules that I can replace with C arx extension modules at a later date if I need more speed or to lock down some of the source code, that's the plan anyway :)
If you're looking to hide some source code I believe you can compile to a .dll using pyc.py and then import it into IronPython. Don't hold me to this though.