This is the first open source community edition of Ruby.NET. In July of this year, the team at QUT decided to transfer complete control and ownership of the project to the Ruby and .NET open source communities and to strongly encourage others to directly contribute to and steer the project (staff at QUT remain, however, strongly committed and heavily involved in the project).
This new version includes substantial improvements, including improved Ruby/.NET interoperability, .NET subtyping, creation of .NET delegates using Ruby blocks and support for visual design of Windows Forms applications within Visual Studio. We’ve also fixed lots of bugs and are close to getting Ruby on Rails to run successfully.
Ruby. .NET, Programming