Some questions about python under NT 3.51 
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 Some questions about python under NT 3.51

Knowing python from UNIX (linux to be exact) i am going to write CGI
scripts and simple applications in Python under Windows NT  (yuck).
What i don't know is:

1) How is dynamic loading of C or C++ modules done under WinPython

2) Does an interface to ODBC exist

3) How stable is it (Python not Windows NT ;-)?

Thanks for your responses.




Sat, 21 Feb 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 Some questions about python under NT 3.51

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> 1) How is dynamic loading of C or C++ modules done under WinPython

In exactly the same way as for Unix.  A C/C++ file is compiled,
linked as a DLL files with a "pyd" extension, and thats it!

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> 2) Does an interface to ODBC exist

Nope, but this shouldnt be too hard.  There is OLE2.

Quote:
> 3) How stable is it (Python not Windows NT ;-)?

Do you mean Python itself, or the NT port of Python.  The NT
"console" version would be just as stable as any Unix version.  The
GUI version should be nearly so :-)

As for Python itself - "stable" may not be a great word, considering
the contant attention it gets, but "reliable" certainly fits :-)

Mark.
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Mark Hammond - SkippI-Net, Melbourne, Australia.



Sat, 21 Feb 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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