IronPython.Runtime.Operations Namespace
 
Classes
  ClassDescription
Public classArrayOps
Public classBigIntegerOps
Public classBoolOps
Public classByteOps
Public classCharOps
We override the behavior of equals, compare and hashcode to make chars seem as much like strings as possible. In Python there is no difference between these types.
Public classComOps
Public classComplexOps
Public classCustomTypeDescHelpers
Helper class that all custom type descriptor implementations call for the bulk of their implementation.
Public classDBNullOps
Public classDecimalOps
Public classDelegateOps
Public classDictionaryOfTOpsK, V
Public classDoubleOps
Public classEnumOps
Public classExtensibleComplex
Public classExtensibleString
ExtensibleString is the base class that is used for types the user defines that derive from string. It carries along with it the string's value and our converter recognizes it as a string.
Public classInstanceOps
InstanceOps contains methods that get added to CLS types depending on what methods and constructors they define. These have not been added directly to PythonType since they need to be added conditionally. Possibilities include: __new__, one of 3 __new__ sets can be added: DefaultNew - This is the __new__ used for a PythonType (list, dict, object, etc...) that has only 1 default public constructor that takes no parameters. These types are mutable types, and __new__ returns a new instance of the type, and __init__ can be used to re-initialize the types. This __new__ allows an unlimited number of arguments to be passed if a non-default __init__ is also defined. NonDefaultNew - This is used when a type has more than one constructor, or only has one that takes more than zero parameters. This __new__ does not allow an arbitrary # of extra arguments. DefaultNewCls - This is the default new used for CLS types that have only a single ctor w/ an arbitray number of arguments. This constructor allows setting of properties based upon an extra set of kw-args, e.g.: System.Windows.Forms.Button(Text='abc'). It is only used on non-Python types. __init__: For types that do not define __init__ we have an __init__ function that takes an unlimited number of arguments and does nothing. All types share the same reference to 1 instance of this. next: Defined when a type is an enumerator to expose the Python iter protocol. repr: Added for types that override ToString get: added for types that implement IDescriptor
Public classInt16Ops
Public classInt32Ops
Public classInt64Ops
Public classListOfTOpsT
Public classNamespaceTrackerOps
Public classObjectOps
Contains Python extension methods that are added to object
Public classPythonAssemblyOps
Public classPythonCalls
Public classPythonOps
Contains functions that are called directly from generated code to perform low-level runtime functionality.
Public classSByteOps
Public classSingleOps
Public classStringOps
StringOps is the static class that contains the methods defined on strings, i.e. 'abc' Here we define all of the methods that a Python user would see when doing dir('abc'). If the user is running in a CLS aware context they will also see all of the methods defined in the CLS System.String type.
Public classTypeGroupOps
Public classTypeTrackerOps
Public classUInt16Ops
Public classUInt32Ops
Public classUInt64Ops
Public classUnicodeHelper
Helper clas for calls to unicode(...). We generate code which checks if unicode is str and if it is we redirect those calls to the unicode function defined on this class.
Public classUserTypeDebugView
Provides a debug view for user defined types. This class is declared as public because it is referred to from generated code. You should not use this class.
Public classUserTypeOps
Structures
  StructureDescription
Public structureFunctionStack