[Ironruby-core] Evil Fun with IronRuby
blowmage at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 10:39:02 EDT 2008
I left a comment on your blog, but I'll answer here as well.
IronRuby adds the Ruby Enumerable mixin to IEnumerable objects, which allows
for CLR lists and collections to act more like Ruby arrays. And the new
methods you add to CLR classes in IronRuby will not be available when
calling them from a non-DLR language like C#.
On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 8:13 AM, Joe Fiorini <joe at faithfulgeek.org> wrote:
> Hey all,
> I posted the results of some recent experimenting with IronRuby to my blog
> at: http://faithfulgeek.org/2008/6/17/evil-fun-with-ironruby. My question
> is, how do these things work under the covers? Do .NET types that have a
> Ruby equivalent get treated as the Ruby type or is there an extra layer that
> allows any .NET type to be modified at runtime? It's totally cool that any
> of this is possible, but I was very surprised that it is.
> Thanks all!
> joe fiorini
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