I need some clarifications for my readers: I believe we have three
ways of compiling IronRuby today:
- through the rake compile task (is it the preferred way ?)
- through IronRuby.sln (for 2005)
- through Ruby.sln (for 2008 ?)
Are both the .sln files maintained ? Is my guess correct about 2005/2008
In the long run, are all these intented to be maintained ?
ps: John I wrote you an email a while back but I’m not sure you got it
actually. I was suggesting we could (in a couple of weeks maybe,
unless it’s already done internally at ms ?) grab a couple of the most
widely used ruby gems, focus on those with unit tests or specs (or
write a couple of integration tests ourselves), and setup a continuous
integration server to run those gems tests through rbx.
Is it already done somewhat ? What do you think ?