收录日期:2021/01/28 16:38:21 时间:2010-04-12 20:18:37 标签:c#,visual-studio,ironpython,ironruby

I know how to reference an existing .dll to IronPython, but is there any way to add my project as a reference like I can between Visual Studio projects?

Or is it best practice to create a separate class library?

You can't add reference to a project since it's a Visual Studio thing.

I suggest that during the development process, call import (IronPython) or require (IronRuby) with the full path of your project assembly like c:\dev\MyProject\bin\Debug\MyProject.dll.

I know you can do that using SharpDevelop. Kinda like this:

http://i42.tinypic.com/hwb8z9.gif