[Ironruby-core] Regarding IronRuby... How true it sounds from this blog
Peter Bacon Darwin
bacondarwin at googlemail.com
Tue Apr 29 02:06:15 EDT 2008
My point wasn't that one needs to have access to the DLR code. It was that
because IronRuby is so tightly coupled to DLR at the moment, it is not
possible to remove its tethers and let it free as a proper OSS.
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2008/4/29 Peter Bacon Darwin <bacondarwin at googlemail.com>:
> I believe one of the key problems is the DLR. As I understand, it MS
> a distinction between "important" stuff (i.e. the DLR) and "peripheral"
> stuff (i.e. IronXxxx). MS wants to have complete control over the DLR and
> is not interested in making it Open Source. Rather the DLR code is just
> community viewable, much like the rest of the .NET framework code. I can
> understand this since core .NET Framework code is central to the MS
> and they don't want things sneaking in the sides.
I disagree. I think DLR is a non-problem. Reality check: do you have
any change in your mind you would like to make to DLR?
For example, (sorry for using CPython as an example; I am not familiar
with Ruby world) many people contributes to CPython runtime without
touching CPython's custom memory allocator. Still many people
contributes to CPython standard library and C extensions without
touching CPython runtime.
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