"Microsoft has released early code for its Ruby-on-.NET scripting language during a week of actively courting developers and community feedback. Four months after announcing IronRuby, Microsoft has released source code for the .NET scripting language under the Microsoft Permissive License (MPL). Microsoft is also accepting source code contributions to the IronRuby libraries. IronRuby and its libraries will be offered to the community's RubyForge site by the end of August, for download and further contributions." continua su http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/07/24/ironruby_released/
on 2007-07-27 18:28
on 2007-09-25 23:04
On Fri, 2007-14-09 at 13:08 +0900, John Lam (CLR) wrote: > > From: Michael T. Richter [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > > > > Of course someone could just make a GPLed version of the CLR, seeing as how it's standardized > > and all: http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/sta.... > > You mean Mono (or maybe I missed a smiley)? http://www.mono-project.com/Main_Page Nah, I missed the smiley. My mistake. Mono. Gnu.NET. A couple of others. I rather doubt that IronRuby, by virtue of being CLRed, is going to lock the world into MS even if MS somehow gets to Matz and wrests control of Ruby away from him.