[Ironruby-core] Curious about IronRuby and IronPython on DLR
tranqy at gmail.com
Sun Feb 17 08:23:41 EST 2008
IronPython is much further along. All of the details about IronPython are
readily available online, including how far it is along in cPython's
compatibility. I would say no languages will progress at the same time no
matter if they are on the CLR or DLR, language teams are seperate from
platform teams within MS. The polocies for code contributions for both
languages are also very public for you to review yourself.
On Feb 17, 2008 12:07 AM, Karl Prosser <karl at powershell.com> wrote:
> well ironpython 1.0 has already been out for some time. its version 2 (i
> think) that they are putting on the DLR, so you could say safely, i
> think, that ironpython is more mature. (but of course ruby is cooler)
> and further along in full language compatibility. This is just my
> perception though. Hopefully somebody who really knows will answer ;)
> Softmind Technology wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Just curious to know more about IronRuby and IronPython.
> > Since both are based on DLR....here are my short questions.
> > (1) Is the progress same with both the languages.
> > (2) Will version 1.0 for both will be in the same time frame...
> > (3) If Rails is the target for declaring IronRuby as 1.0 then..
> > will django will be the target for declaring IronPython as 1.0
> > (4) How are the code contributions flowing to IronRuby from other 3rd
> > party developers when compared to IronRuby...
> > Thanks
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