Littl' question about the build process

Sorry to beat this to death, but IronRuby would still run on a .NET 2.0
only
system? I’d say this is pretty important because some of us still have
to
support Windows 2000 as a runtime environment…

Ah yes, I think that is my problem.

Thanks Pete.

On Jan 16, 2008 11:23 AM, Peter Bacon D.
[email protected]

John L. (DLR):

We’re targeting CLR v2.0 which is the version of the CLR that ships in
.NET 3.5 (confusing, yes :)).

C# 3.0 doesn’t require new features from the CLR, just some new
libraries (System.Core and friends).

Don’t you still need to install the .NET 3.5 runtime though, if we start
using System.Core features?
I think if we just use compiler features (like “var” & the new closure
syntax), we can still target .NET 2.0 runtime.

  • John

John,

There are plenty on our team that want to switch, but we haven’t made a call on that yet. But if y’all make enough noise it will help us advance our cause inside :slight_smile:
Consider this some noise! :slight_smile:

Jeff

John M.:

Don’t you still need to install the .NET 3.5 runtime though, if we
start using System.Core features?
I think if we just use compiler features (like “var” & the new closure
syntax), we can still target .NET 2.0 runtime.

Sure, but I didn’t think that we were planning on using LINQ anytime
soon (modulo my IronRuby.Libraries.Scanner project which is more of a
plaything than anything else).

-John

Would this impact moonlight?

Hey,

On 1/16/08, Terence L. [email protected] wrote:

Would this impact moonlight?

No, it should not. Our compiler is mostly C#3 ready.

This forum is not affiliated to the Ruby language, Ruby on Rails framework, nor any Ruby applications discussed here.

| Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Remote Ruby Jobs