Tuesday, July 24, 2007

The initial sourcecode for IronRuby released

Well Its finally here...IronRuby, an implementation of Ruby targetting the .NET framework, has its initial release. IronRuby is implemented on top of the DLR, the Dynamic Language Runtime which adds a set of key features to the CLR to make it dramatically better. It adds a shared dynamic type system, standard hosting model and support to make it easy to generate fast dynamic code.

The Source Code can be obtained here

Here is a bit of an explanation and a bit of help by John Lam who by the way is one of the chief components of the IronRuby team...

Am gonna have some more posts coming in tommorow about how the build goes...

// Nrip Nihalani

3 comments:

Ashish Ranjan said...

Obviously the comment misses the subject but I do like the blog.

Nrip Nihalani said...
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Fitness Freak said...

Could you please tell me the latest update of .NET frame work....