Calling Ruby classes from .NET/C#

I have a small C# GUI and a rather extensive ruby application.
What’s the best way to marry the two (I can’t change the C# GUI
requirement and I really want to keep my Ruby app :slight_smile: ).
Ideally I would like to call Ruby classes from the C# code (if push come
to shove I will do a system call and run the ruby app externaly)
Cheers,
V.-

Vassilis R. wrote:

I have a small C# GUI and a rather extensive ruby application.
What’s the best way to marry the two (I can’t change the C# GUI
requirement and I really want to keep my Ruby app :slight_smile: ).
Ideally I would like to call Ruby classes from the C# code (if push come
to shove I will do a system call and run the ruby app externaly)
Cheers,
V.-

Our Ruby Connector does that. The Ruby Connector will let your .NET
programs communicate with the Ruby interpreter or even run a .NET app
and a Ruby program simultaneously. It also gives you the ability to
design visual front ends to Ruby programs using the VS form designer and
a language such as C#, VB.NET or Chrome.

Currently the Ruby Connector is in beta and is only available to
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http://www.sapphiresteel.com/Adventures-in-Ruby-and-NET
http://www.sapphiresteel.com/Visual-Ruby-One-Small-Step

best wishes
Huw

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