Sunday, August 10, 2008

IronPython in Chinese and Japanese

IronPython is doing well, it has taken me a week to catch up with all the blog posts in the wake of the 2.0 Beta 4 release. It isn't just in the English speaking parts of the world that IronPython is a hit though, which is good news for the Python and IronPython communities.

Here are two recent blog entries on IronPython in both Japanese and Chinese. They are both about the new features in 2.0 Beta 4. The first is about the new COM interop features, whilst the second shows off the COM interop (this one has understandable code examples of working with Excel) along with static compilation and an obligatory mention of the inclusion of the Python standard library.


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