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Hanselminutes Podcast 197 - The Dynamic Language Runtime, IronRuby and IronPython with Jimmy Schementi

February 04, 2010 Comment on this post [1] Posted in DLR | Podcast | Python | Ruby
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image My one-hundred-and-ninety-seventh podcast is up. Scott sits down with Jimmy Schementi to find out what's the scoop with the DLR. Is it baked? What do I need to do to get started? What's the status of IronRuby - is it done? Will IronPython be a first class language or is it already? All these questions and more will be answered.

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February 04, 2010 22:00
I'm using a year+ old version of IronRuby embedded into a Silverlight game that I've been working on and it seems to work pretty well for scripting game events. Probably time to update it to the new version.

I haven't listened to the podcast on my zune yet -- so perhaps this is covered but -- last time I corresponded with John Lam he said that the IronRuby team were going to be fixing the naming conflicts with Microsoft.Scripting...which required namespace aliasing to get around.

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