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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Atif Aziz tagged ironruby

The Ruby languages has some very powerful built-in abilities. These are now available in C# 4.0 thanks to the dynamic keyword and IronRuby. In this post, Shay Friedman takes advantage of some of the powerful Ruby built-in abilities to create a class that records C# statements and playbacks them on an arbitrary object - a task that has been very complicated to achieve until now.

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The Pyjama Project is a framework for computing. At its core is an integrated editor and interactive console for writing and exploring computer science through dynamic languages. It is designed to be a simple, yet powerful, integrated development environment (IDE) for students, teachers, researchers, and regular humans, too. It runs on most any operating system, including Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows, and is built using .NET and Mono. All sources for the Pyjama Project are open and free---freely available and you are free to use them in various ways. All source code conforms to OSI approved licenses.

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IronEditor is a WinForms application which allows one to write and execute code against languages implemented ontop of the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR). It currently supports IronRuby and IronPython.

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