Thursday, September 25, 2008

Running Python from C#

Mark Bloodworth (a Microsoft Architect Evangelist no-less!) posts a code snippet showing how to execute Python code from C# with the IronPython hosting API:
Embedding IronPython in .NET applications (or even embedding new Python engines in IronPython applications) is extremely simple to do. This means that providing user scripting, or even making part of an application dynamic, is much easier than it ever has been.

Mark says:

"I’m impressed that C# and IronPython can interact like this. The possibilities for extending applications with runtime dynamic code are intriguing - worth looking into."

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