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Subject: Re: Hoping to find an integration example
From: Bill Janssen <bill.jans...@gmail.com>
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Why drag .NET into it at all?
Just use Python and PyKE on Windows with your legacy MFC app. Python
can load DLLs and can also be embedded as a DLL in other programs.
On May 18, 10:08=A0am, Stephen Nuchia <snuc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, I'm new to PyKE and this group, have a long history of mixed-
> language development including use of Prolog in production data
> processing problems ...
> I am not all that experienced with .NET but I am looking at a possible
> performance win from bolting PyKE onto an existing "legacy" MFC
> (non-.NET) application using IronPython 2.7.
> I can find examples for each step of the chain: hosting .NET in an MFC
> application, hosting IronPython on .NET, and hosting PyKE on
> IronPython. =A0Would it be too much to hope for an example that
> incorporates all the elements?
> I may have to build it myself but I thought I'd ask first.