IronPython 2.7.4 for Windows

by IronPython Community

Avg. Rating 4.5 (67 votes)

File Details

File Size 12.2 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,919
Publisher IronPython Community
Homepage IronPython

Publisher's Description

IronPython is an open-source implementation of the Python programming language which is tightly integrated with the .NET Framework. IronPython can use the .NET Framework and Python libraries, and other .NET languages can use Python code just as easily.

Latest Reviews

ritubpant

ritubpant reviewed v2.0 Alpha 4 on Sep 11, 2007

it works but not that impressed!

billweh

billweh reviewed v1.0 Beta 4 on Mar 16, 2006

If you want to play with the new 2.0 toys, you can download the Express versions of VB.NET and C#.NET for free. Including the SQL Server 2005 Express all that allow you to write software and distribute it free of charge.

I'm not sure if these will work with the Python add-on, I'm guessing they might. But you do get several other languages to play with, all for free.

http://msdn.microsoft.co...io/express/default.aspx

Can't beat that with a stick.

Jeffsoft

Jeffsoft reviewed v1.0 Beta 3 on Feb 16, 2006

it works

deadmonkey

deadmonkey reviewed v0.9.5 Alpha on Nov 19, 2005

I guess most people didn't see the bit on the right stating its requirements as .NET Framework 2.0?

Nice idea and runs very fast considering it is a CLR scripting language. Nice to see not just MS languages getting CLR support :)

netean

netean reviewed v0.9.5 Alpha on Nov 19, 2005

yes, I had .net beta 2.. not got .net 2 final. and it still won't open up in visual studio.

Kramy

Kramy reviewed v0.9.5 Alpha on Nov 18, 2005

Visual Studio 2005 uses .net 2.0!

Can't rate it since I don't have it, but I imagine this is nice for python programmers that don't want to make lots of C DLLs to do things.

findleyd

findleyd reviewed v0.9.3 Alpha on Oct 15, 2005

Netean maybe if you bothered to read the system requirements you could have noticed that it requires Beta 2 of the .Net framework.

netean

netean reviewed v0.9.3 Alpha on Oct 14, 2005

it comes as a Visual Studio .net project (solution file .sln) with attached source code.
When I load it into VS.net 2003 it tells me that it's been made with a newer version of studio and can't be opened.

quality... NOT

BklynKid

BklynKid reviewed v0.7.1 Pre-Alpha on Apr 4, 2005

I just started reading on Python the other day and been doing some testing with the code while reading tutorials. So this is probably for me, right?

Python has great potential behind it, takes some concepts from LISP which is the language of all languages in terms of power.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (67 votes)
Your Rating
ritubpant

ritubpant reviewed v2.0 Alpha 4 on Sep 11, 2007

it works but not that impressed!

billweh

billweh reviewed v1.0 Beta 4 on Mar 16, 2006

If you want to play with the new 2.0 toys, you can download the Express versions of VB.NET and C#.NET for free. Including the SQL Server 2005 Express all that allow you to write software and distribute it free of charge.

I'm not sure if these will work with the Python add-on, I'm guessing they might. But you do get several other languages to play with, all for free.

http://msdn.microsoft.co...io/express/default.aspx

Can't beat that with a stick.

Jeffsoft

Jeffsoft reviewed v1.0 Beta 3 on Feb 16, 2006

it works

deadmonkey

deadmonkey reviewed v0.9.5 Alpha on Nov 19, 2005

I guess most people didn't see the bit on the right stating its requirements as .NET Framework 2.0?

Nice idea and runs very fast considering it is a CLR scripting language. Nice to see not just MS languages getting CLR support :)

netean

netean reviewed v0.9.5 Alpha on Nov 19, 2005

yes, I had .net beta 2.. not got .net 2 final. and it still won't open up in visual studio.

Kramy

Kramy reviewed v0.9.5 Alpha on Nov 18, 2005

Visual Studio 2005 uses .net 2.0!

Can't rate it since I don't have it, but I imagine this is nice for python programmers that don't want to make lots of C DLLs to do things.

findleyd

findleyd reviewed v0.9.3 Alpha on Oct 15, 2005

Netean maybe if you bothered to read the system requirements you could have noticed that it requires Beta 2 of the .Net framework.

netean

netean reviewed v0.9.3 Alpha on Oct 14, 2005

it comes as a Visual Studio .net project (solution file .sln) with attached source code.
When I load it into VS.net 2003 it tells me that it's been made with a newer version of studio and can't be opened.

quality... NOT

BklynKid

BklynKid reviewed v0.7.1 Pre-Alpha on Apr 4, 2005

I just started reading on Python the other day and been doing some testing with the code while reading tutorials. So this is probably for me, right?

Python has great potential behind it, takes some concepts from LISP which is the language of all languages in terms of power.

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