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[WPF, C#] Need ideas on how to automate these operations based on the response I get from python script.
2 projects | /r/dotnet | 9 Jun 2023
If you're running the python within C# using Python.NET, then you're somewhat within-process and there are ways of sending the data across. (Return objects, channel/queues, whatever fits your use case.)
Starting Python, confused about cross platform app development. Is IronPython + .NET the only option?
4 projects | /r/learnpython | 26 Apr 2023
I am not set on .NET, but just curious, so thanks for the suggestions. Interesting that it's billed as cross-plaform, but doesn't do it that well. I just searched 'python wrapper for .net' and found PythonNET. Also, it seems yes IronPython is active.4 projects | /r/learnpython | 26 Apr 2023
There's other modules that provide the interface to .NET. The pywin32 module is very popular to allow access to the complete Windows API. Or try Pythonnet.
TIA Openness with Docker
2 projects | /r/PLC | 30 Mar 2023
I created a Django based python project that interfaces to TIA Openness to create some Remote IO. To do this I use the pythonnet library. so that I can load the Openness DLL.
Python's “Disappointing” Superpowers
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Feb 2023
Any .NET language with https://github.com/pythonnet/pythonnet
A Simple Union Between .NET Core and Python
2 projects | /r/DevLeader | 28 Jan 2023
We’re going to be looking at Python for .NET in order to accomplish this goal. This library allows you to take advantage of Python installed on the running machine from within your .NET Core applications. You must configure it to point at the corresponding Python DLL that you’d like to use, and after a couple of lines of initialization you’re off to the races!
2 projects | /r/csharp | 27 Nov 2022
.NET-compatible scripting languages for users to write their own scripts to query/manipulate objects/properties in the app
9 projects | /r/csharp | 6 Aug 2022
There is also PythonNET which is a wrapper around the actual C based Python implementation (python.org). I don't know about a sandboxing capability though.
Create CPython extensions in .NET?
2 projects | /r/dotnet | 26 Jul 2022
Maybe PythonNET can do what you need? http://pythonnet.github.io. My use case was embedding a Python engine into my app, but I believe you could use it to create a "module" for Python. I would recommend writing a wrapper that does the import clr and so forth automatically though, so the user doesn't have to do that themselves.
Trying to run python.NET but haven't been successful
2 projects | /r/learnpython | 24 Jul 2022
I have found this issue after searching but the workaround didn't work for me.
What are some alternatives?
Iron python - Implementation of the Python programming language for .NET Framework; built on top of the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR).
PyWin32 - python for windows extensions
WinPython - A free Python-distribution for Windows platform, including prebuilt packages for Scientific Python.
CefSharp - .NET (WPF and Windows Forms) bindings for the Chromium Embedded Framework
CppSharp - Tools and libraries to glue C/C++ APIs to high-level languages
NuGetForUnity - A NuGet Package Manager for Unity
pinvoke - A library containing all P/Invoke code so you don't have to import it every time. Maintained and updated to support the latest Windows OS.
pythonlibs - A Python wrapper for the extremely fast Blosc compression library
python-language-server - Microsoft Language Server for Python