CodePlex will continue to be the tool we use for project management and releases, but all end-user information will be on IronPython.net. Also, the .com domain still points at the super-old site, but will redirect to this site shortly.
The most notably addition is the .NET Integration Documentation, a thorough set of examples and descriptions of using IronPython with .NET. Considering this is IronPython’s main purpose, it’s amazing we got away with having hardly no documentation for this long … I guess the .NET integration is just that intuitive :) Anyway, please give it a read and let us know if you have any suggestions.
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Thanks to Jimmy Schementi (the new IronPython PM, Ruby lover and all round good guy) IronPython has a new website. And as said best on Reddit, it doesn't look like Microsoft made it. The site has links to documentation, community resources and online IronPython examples using Silverlight (including Try Python).
Posted by Michael Foord at 11:40 pm