Congratulations to John Lam and all the folks on the IronRuby team. They've just released the first public drop of the IronRuby source code. Ruby on .NET is now a reality.
For more info, see John's post here.
Get the bits here.
Also, some more background and samples from Scott Guthrie here.
Out of curiosity are there longer range plans to have items such as IronRuby and IronPython available in Visual Studio? It would be great to use all of the GUI controls and be able to drop them right into one of these projects!
First, the IronRuby bits hit on Monday. Now, the beta 2 bits are out for Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET
First, the IronRuby bits hit on Monday. Now, the beta 2 bits are out for Visual Studio 2008 and the
@Greg - Probably too early to say at this point. I think the Iron teams are heads down focused on trying to get their code out the door these days. It is pure speculation on my part, but I would assume there will be VS integration at some point in the future.
We'll have to stay tuned to Lam and Hugunin as the DLR gets closer to release.