Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Consuming Extension Methods in IronPython

Extension methods are a feature of .NET 3 that allows you to add methods to existing types. These are effectively static methods, but are called as if they were instance methods on the extended type.

Saveen Reddy has a blog entry on using these methods from IronPython.
  • Consuming Extension Methods in IronPython
    One of my projects implemented in C# makes frequent use of extension methods. Recently I started using IronPython to script that project and what I learned is that consuming those extension methods in C# is straightforward but with IronPython some extra work is involved.
It turns out to be harder than it should be...

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