In the same vein as VB “Fusion”:
I’ve found that creating a COM-callable wrapper that hosts IronRuby is
pretty easy to put together. I actually was initially trying to be able
to execute IronRuby from VB6 (using vbScript) and I got that working.
From there, since the ActiveX wrapper now existed, I was able to get
objects on the js side, send them to IronRuby, and have those objects
updated with results based on the script you’re executing.
Just wanted to give a heads up here in case someone else finds this
Please let me know through the forum/mailing list if you would like some
tips getting this up and running.