Friday, May 30, 2008

IronRuby runs Rails

John Lam has just announced that IronRuby runs Rails unmodified (the last hacking to get this far being done at RailsConf):
This is an important milestone for IronRuby as it means that it is compatible enough with the standard Ruby implementation to run large applications. There is still a lot of work to be done on performance, .NET integration and interoperability with other DLR languages.

It is also an important step for the Dynamic Language Runtime as there are now two major languages (plus Managed JScript) that run on top of it.

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