Friday, August 10, 2007

IronPython in Visual Studio 2008 SDK

From the blog of Eric Lam, comes a post on the Visual Studio 2008 (what was codename Orcas), including these snippets:

2.1. Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) Designer Extensibility

The IronPython sample is enriched with Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) designer extensibility. This sample provides guidance for customers who want to extend Visual Studio to integrate their .NET based languages with XAML and WPF Designer, which are introduced in Visual Studio 2008. This sample is intended to showcase these extensibility points. The sample shows how to write a basic WPF application for a managed proprietary language by using IronPython as an example. The sample also illustrates how to handle events by using EventBindingProvider.


2.3. Expression Evaluator

Language integrators require an expression evaluator (EE) to work in the context of their programming language. We have created a new sample that shows how to write a basic EE for a managed proprietary language by using IronPython as an example.


Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 SDK August 2007

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