[Mono-list] Call C# mono from python linux?
rmboggs at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 18:40:35 UTC 2014
> On Mar 4, 2014, at 8:22 AM, mickeyf <mickey at thesweetoasis.com> wrote:
> I want to use some functionality of a mono class in python (I have very
> little experience in python). The examples I've found of using c# in python
> all start with:
> /import clr/
> This returns "No module named clr", and I suspect this is because the
> examples are from Windows .NET rather than mono running on linux
The 'import clr' is specific to IronPython, which is a version of Python that runs on mono/.net. I don't recall if IronPython runs on Linux. I want to say it does but I don't want to get your hopes up if I am wrong but with that, you can access c# classes directly. Unfortunately, I don't think django will run well on IronPython. There was some attempts to get it going sometime ago but I don't think it went anywhere.
> The c# will be integrated into a larger python program that already exists
> (django). It is not likely to be rewritten in some other variant. Is there a
> plain vanilla module to connect my c# mono with python?
> Can someone point me in the right direction here?
The only other thought I gave is to create an executable mono project that could talk to the class which could output the results in something that could be interpreted by Python. Like in a Json format or something like that.
Is it not possible to achieve the same (or similar) functionality that is contained in the c# class in question with a python class?
Hope this helps,
> Much thanks!
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