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Examples of "ironruby"
IronRuby is integrating RubySpec, which is a project to write a complete, executable specification for the Ruby programming language. The IronRuby Git repo includes a copy of the RubySpec tests, including the MSpec test framework.
IronRuby may run as well on Mono as it does on Microsoft Common Language Runtime (CLR), but as the IronRuby team only tests it with the CLR on Windows., it may not build on Mono depending on the build.
On April 30, 2007, at MIX 2007, Microsoft announced IronRuby, which uses the same name as Wilco Bauwer's IronRuby project with permission. It was planned to be released to the public at OSCON 2007.
On July 23, 2007, as promised, John Lam and the DLR Design Team presented the pre-Alpha version of the IronRuby compiler at OSCON. He also announced a quick timeline for further integration of IronRuby into the open source community.
IronRuby was previously released under the Microsoft Public License, which is OSI-certified BSD-style license.
The last published release of IronRuby was on 13 March 2011 as version 1.1.3.
On 16 July 2010, Microsoft re-licensed IronRuby along with the DLR under the Apache License, v2.0
The project is currently inactive, with the last release of IronRuby (version 1.1.3) being in March 2011.
The DLR is used to implement dynamic languages on the .NET Framework, specifically by IronPython and IronRuby projects.
In July 2010, Microsoft let go Jimmy Schementi, one of two remaining members of the IronRuby core team and stopped funding the project. In October 2010 Microsoft announced the Iron projects (IronRuby and IronPython) were being changed to "external" projects and enabling "community members to make contributions without Microsoft's involvement or sponsorship by a Microsoft employee".
IronRuby is supported on Silverlight. It can be used as a scripting engine in the browser just like the JavaScript engine. IronRuby scripts are passed like simple client-side JavaScript-scripts in codice_1-tags. It is then also possible to modify embedded XAML markup.
, there are a number of alternative implementations of Ruby, including [[JRuby]], [[Rubinius]], [[MagLev (software)|MagLev]], [[IronRuby]], [[MacRuby]] (and its iOS counterpart, [[RubyMotion]]), [[mruby]], [[HotRuby]], [[Topaz (Ruby implementation)|Topaz]] and [[Opal (Ruby implementation)|Opal]]. Each takes a different approach, with IronRuby, JRuby, MacRuby and Rubinius providing [[just-in-time compilation]] and MacRuby and mruby also providing [[ahead-of-time compilation]].
SharpDevelop integrates Graphic User Interface Designers for the C#, VB.NET, Boo, and the IronPython and IronRuby languages, using the following GUI technologies:
On July 24, 2008, the IronRuby team released the first binary alpha version, in line with OSCON 2008. On November 19, 2008, they released a second Alpha version.
programs coded in any language supported on .NET on Windows, such as C#, C++/CLI, F#, IronPython and IronRuby. The system
The DLR services are currently used in the development version of IronRuby, a .NET implementation of the Ruby language, and for IronPython.
The IronRuby team planned to support Ruby 1.8.6 only for 1.0 point releases, and 1.9 version only for upcoming 1.x releases, skipping support for Ruby 1.8.7.
This feature takes advantage of the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) and has been designed specifically with the goal of interoping with dynamically typed languages like IronPython and IronRuby (Implementations of Python and Ruby for .NET).
JVM-based equivalents of these languages (Jython and JRuby) do not use global interpreter locks. IronPython and IronRuby are implemented on top of Microsoft's Dynamic Language Runtime and also avoid using a GIL.
The RubySpec tests were initially created in 2006 for the Rubinius project, with significant contribution from the JRuby project. It is now used in other Ruby implementation projects such as IronRuby.