Miguel Madero wrote:
One question, what sort of Xaml/IR integration are you looking at?
First, what Shay F. says in talking about IDE’s in “IronRuby
Unleashed” on page 37: “the ability to run IronRuby directly” from its
And secondly, what my colleague(s) show me with VS and C# â€” automatic
creation of code-behind files and placeholder code when creating a
project and when adding objects (like buttons) to XAML.
Eduardo B. wrote:
I would like to add to the list of questions whether Ruby in Steel does
have support to Visual Studio 2010 (regardless of the fact that for now
they don’t support ironruby).
This is also a question I have, and I’m glad you brought it up, Eduardo.
If I were to purchase Ruby in Steel text edition (I won’t be doing any
Rails work), I’d be working with one of the no-charge Express editions
of VS and other considerations make the 2010 version preferable for our
Shay F. wrote:
I have instructions how to do that in my book and I’ve found out that
you can get it for free on Amazon (should I even say that? eh whatever) -
One thing to notice - RubyMine is not free, but I think it worth the
Your book is worth the money too. I purchased it a week ago and am glad
I wonder â€” are there updates online to account for differences in the
release version from the pre-release version the book was written from?
I’m thinking particularly of chapter 16 on Silverlight.
I’m defintely tilted toward VS right now as an IDE, because I can get
things explained by people I work with who use it. But I wonder: Does
RubyMine work well with XAML?
And I followed the link to ironshay.com in your signature, which led me
to the post from Dec 2008 on using VS to debug and run IronRuby code.
Does that still work? I’ll be trying it out after I get off work.