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Scott Dorman ephemeral segment

When Microsoft announced the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) at MIX07, it was an interesting concept. Now, thanks to some very hard work by some of the talented people on the Mono project, it only took 16 days to get Microsoft’s IronPython running with DLR on Mono. This means that IronPython can now run:

  • In the Silverlight browser plugin
  • Natively on Windows Vista
  • On Windows XP with WinFx
  • On Linux, BSD, and OSX with Mono

It also means that the other dynamic languages (IronRuby, VBx, Smalltalk/DLR, etc.) should be portable as well.

This is excellent proof of the DLR concept and shows that it is truly viable. It also proves the stability and completeness of the Mono project.

Excellent job!

Posted on Saturday, May 19, 2007 10:50 AM .NET (General) | Back to top


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