IronPython Studio Integrated Shell Setup released on codeplex

Pablo, one of our Visual Studio Ecosystem enthusiasts just released a version of IronPython Studio setup that installs with the Integrated Shell.

For those who don't know the difference, we have an isolated shell redist and an integrated shell redist.  The isolated shell is separate from Visual Studio while the integrated shell ties in with Visual Studio.  If you install a product using the Integrated Shell and then install Visual Studio Standard, Professional, or Team Suite, the Visual Studio extension installed with the integrated shell will just merge with your VS edition seamlessly.  On an isolated shell, installing Visual Studio Standard, Professional, or Team Suite will not merge your extension and the product is completed separate from Visual Studio.

With the new setup sample, you can now install IronPython Studio on an isolated or integrated shell.  Feel free to use it as an example for your own Visual Studio extensions. 

You can download the new integrated setup here:

It was just released hours ago and already has 9 downloads 🙂


Comments (2)

  1. Fabiana says:

    Hello, first of all, sorry for my english.

    I have a question with the theme of the templates in Isolated Shell, in the example of IronPython VS2010 Isolated Shell can not find where it's shown that load your templates. If you can help me or refer to somewhere that provides this information I would appreciate it.

    What I want is create an IDE, i have an Isolated Shell application with VSIX Project for IntelliSense and another VSIX Project for Syntax color. In the Isolated Shell application I want to add a template, if that's possible. Am I right?.

    Thank you very much.


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