[Ironruby-core] Dead Slow Progress on IronRuby... No Beta Yet
enicholson at gmail.com
Wed Feb 27 08:58:00 EST 2008
In the IR crew's defense, there is a lot you can do with IronRuby right now,
that isn't practical otherwise. Sure the ruby libraries are great, and
running Rails on .NET is cool. But I'm a .NET programmer, I don't really
care that much about the ruby framework, I want the language in MY apps.
The .NET interop in IronRuby really works well, and makes a great way to
control mountains of .NET code dynamically with a much more elegant
Good job guys!
On one level I agree though... It's about time for a binary release. It's
hard to convince other people to look at something you have to grab from SVN
and compile. Beta, alpha or CTP, I don't really care.
On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 11:25 PM, Web Reservoir <lists at ruby-forum.com>
> I was expecting a rapid growth on IronRuby keeping following things in
> my mind which i had preserved so far.
> (1) Ruby.Net code ( partially ) was licensed by MS to incorporate in to
> (2) IronRuby was announced in last year Mix 2007 event ( almost a year
> now )
> (3) It was decided to place IronRuby on RubyForge for great support..
> Even with all this aspects... IronRuby Progress is dead slow.
> If a part of Ruby.Net was included, and if Ruby.Net can give a stable
> version, why IronRuby lacks Beta Stage so far. Its almost one year since
> IronRuby was announced in the Mix event last year, and the new Mix 2008
> is round the corner, still no news about Beta yet...
> If we add, (1) Ruby.Net Code + (2) Ruby Forge contribution + (3) Full
> time IronRuby Team support... this could have shaped very fast.
> Plan your work.... and workout your plans. This would have yielded
> better results so far. It seems there is something wrong with the exact
> tuning with DLR
> My simple question... "will there will ever be LINQ support with Dynamic
> language like IronRuby " still remains hanging.which shows the lack of
> correct tuning with other areas in .Net.
> Hoping to see Beta stage soon.
> ( Let me clarify... I am totally in support with IronRuby, but the slow
> progress kills my enthusiasm )
> Just my 2 cents
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