Showing posts from December, 2006

Fast WinForms with TayLayout

Davy Mitchell posts about a simple layout manager and GUI creation helper for IronPython is working on.

New IronPython Section

Michael Foord has created an IronPython section on his voidspace website. His great IronPython and WinForms tutorials and an aggregator for IronPython related blogs can be found there.

Picture Joiner

Dave Mitchell posts about a script he has written in IronPython to join 4 images into a single image.

Creating GUI with IronPython, Groovy and JRuby

Creation of a simple GUI with IronPython and Winforms compared against implementing the same GUI with Groovy and JRuby.

[ANN] IronPython Community Edition r5

Seo Sanghyeon announces the fifth release of the IronPython Community Edition. This release uses IronPython 1.1 Alpha as it's base.

IronPython 1.1 Alpha

Michael posts a nice overview of the new features in the just released IronPython 1.1 Alpha.

PyCon: IronPython & Windows Forms Talk

Michael Foord outlines what he and Andrzej hope to present during their PyCon 2007 talk.

Anthony, Bruce and IronPython

Michael Foord posts about running Anthony Baxters IronPython based presentation software under Windows.

some more on IronPython

Anthony Baxter posts about IronPython pybench performance under Mono.

talk #2: futurepython

Anthony Baxter posts some more about his OSDC Future Python talk. It also includes links to the code for his IronPython port of the "Bruce" presentation software.

Development Discussion

Scott comments on how easy it was to use IronPython to script his MMO server.

02:22 am - my week

Anthony Baxter mentions re-writing his presentation software in IronPython. I was at the "future python" talk and it looked cool. And what did Anthony think of IronPython, "IronPython Rocks"

Sometimes you forget you're not the only one...

Paul Vick comments that IronPython has a cultural affinity with VB.NET

Python for the Xbox 360

Chris McAvoy points to a translation of the XNA studio examples into IronPython .

Dynamic Languages Don't Stink

Martin Schray finds that dynamic languages are benefical after all.!9B3D7B460D023307!388.entry

IronPython and Windows Forms at PyCon

Fuzzyman will be doing a talk entitled "Developing with IronPython and Windows Forms" at PyCon 2007