ASP.NET dynamic language support is open source
This release contains the source code to
Microsoft.Scripting.AspNet.dll, located in the
src directory, licensed under the Apache License (Version 2). It will be available in the source repository for IronPython in the very near future, but don't hesitate to start sending in patches. This release is compatible with IronPython 2.7 Alpha 1.
This download enables IronPython as an ASP.NET programming language. To create a new IronPython ASP.NET WebForms project, simply copy
examples\bin, and use
examples\hello-webforms.aspx as a reference. A redistributed copy of the IronPython 2.7 Alpha 1 binaries can be found in the
examples\bin directory; all files except
Microsoft.Scripting.AspNet.dll, the IronPython ASP.NET integration, are from the IronPython 2.7 Alpha 1 release.
For more detail on getting started, here’s a simple walk-through of making the “hello-webforms” app.
Here's what's in the zip file:
/License.html- The Apache License, Version 2.
/dlr-aspnet.sln- VS2010 solution for examples
/examples- Examples of using IronPython in ASP.NET.
/examples/Web*.config- configures ASP.NET to use IronPython
/examples/bin- Microsoft.Scripting.AspNet.dll, the ASP.NET integration, and a redistribution of IronPython 2.7A1.
/src- C# source code that builds Microsoft.Scripting.AspNet.dll
This release renames the main DLL from
Microsoft.Scripting.AspNet.dll. If upgrading, you'll have to replace all occurrences of
Microsoft.Scripting.AspNet. This will primarily be at the top of all aspx pages, as well as in your application's web.config. Also note the version number is now 220.127.116.11, which matches all the other
As always, please report issues on the IronPython issue tracker. You can also try to fix any issues yourself and submit a patch. Lastly, you can actually talk to humans on the IronPython mailing list.