Microsoft flashes open source IronRuby

Microsoft officials are continuing to push their open source IronRuby effort to deliver an implementation of Ruby that runs on the .Net Framework, making several announcements July 24 at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON). John Lam, head of the IronRuby effort, said Microsoft will ship all standard Ruby libraries that are implemented in the […]

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Microsoft officials are continuing to push their open source IronRuby effort to deliver an implementation of Ruby that runs on the .Net Framework, making several announcements July 24 at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON).

John Lam, head of the IronRuby effort, said Microsoft will ship all standard Ruby libraries that are implemented in the Ruby programming language as part of the IronRuby distribution, hosted on RubyForge. “They will ship as part of our first binary distribution of IronRuby,” Lam said.

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