Data Binding to IronRuby Objects in WPF

Hi there,

I’m trying to databind IronRuby objects to a WPF listbox with no success

My data is a Ruby array of objects. The array seems to be bound fine as
I see the expected number of rows in the listbox. However, every object
within the array fails to bind correctly. I tried the object to be a
Ruby hash or a custom class without success… WPF wouldn’t display the
correct value.

When I tried to create an array of CLR classes, it worked.

Will it work in the future?

Thanks,
Shay.


Shay F.
http://www.IronShay.com
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Hi,

Well I reply in the forum even though I don’t see the entire thread here
for some reason. My emails do not reach the mailing list as well, so…

Anyway, Curt - thanks for the clarification. What you’ve described works
good with binding of textblocks and links, but when I try to bind an
image to an IronRuby class attribute it doesn’t work (this works with an
equivalent C# class).

Is it a bug?

Thanks for the help!
Shay.

Shay F.
http://www.IronShay.com
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I return a String. I have three attributes, all of them hold strings.

Textblock that I bind to the strings work, but when I bind an Image
element (the Source value) to the string, it doesn’t work.

Shay.

Shay F.
http://www.IronShay.com
Follow me: http://twitter.com/ironshay

Hi,

I’ve found a workaround that works - because it’s a string, I convert it
to a clr string before setting the attribute (str.to_clr_string).

Then the picture is bound just fine.

Shay.

Shay F.
http://www.IronShay.com
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