Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Executing IronPython in, err.. IronPython

An entry on the Sharp Thinking blog by a .NET developer called Tarn Barford, a fan of Python and IronPython.

Inspired by a post on embedding IronPython in C#, Tarn decided to experiment with embedding IronPython in IronPython. (I've also written an article on this, and as Tarn notes - this is a technique we make good use of in Resolver One.)
I thought it would be kind of fun to create an IronPython script that created a Windows Form which could execute a script. This means I could run the script and get window which I could then use to run the script again and get anther window, then..

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