[Ironruby-core] Any Plans for a StarterKit in IronRuby on CodePlex.
Ivan Porto Carrero
ivan at flanders.co.nz
Thu Feb 7 04:13:07 EST 2008
The book will go in early early access program soon. We're in the process of
Although the part of the book that will be available won't be of much use if
you're already familiar with Ruby and .NET because it's just satisfying the
I will be posting stuff on my blog and the manning website next week on how
to leverage various .NET orms from IronRuby.
That should give you an idea of doing interop with your own compiled classes
etc. I don't deal with the .NET ORMS in the book itself but rather with
ActiveRecord from Rails.
I'm sorry but IronRuby is quite a young project and writing a book does take
What would be topics of particular interest to you?
my blog: http://flanders.co.nz/blog
On Feb 7, 2008 9:46 PM, Softmind Technology <lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
> I am just curious to know about the plans to make IronRuby more
> reachable and just to inquire, whether there is any projects already
> announced on StarterKits in IronRuby. I think, converting an existing
> asp.net starterKit to IronRuby would be a nice option. This way we can
> learn more easily.
> I know... there is a Book on the way for Ironruby by Manning Publishers,
> but it seems to be very far by now. No news about the progress so far.
> What are the next as well as immediate plans by Microsoft IronRuby Team,
> about teaching IronRuby from Scratch.
> Since Ironruby is going to get No.1 .Net Language support like C# and
> Vb.Net, can i expect the same level of support.
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