Posted: August 16, 2008 in Computer and Internet

I totally missed this, but IronPython has been integrated into the visual studio shell. Either as an isolated install in the free Visual Studion Shell or as an integrated (Express, Standard, Professional, Team) component. It is all on codeplex and really cool to get a good debugger for python work.

If you want to play with IronPython or learn how to implement your own DSL, the IronPython can also be found on codeplex

Now if someone could do the same for IronRuby (there are some 3rd party like SapphireSteel,

IronRuby by the way can be found on RubyForge (terrible site, not really a good showcase for ruby..)


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