John Lam details the first public availability of IronRuby. Couple reasons why I'm interested in this:
- It's Ruby
- It's the CLR
- It's a second data point for how to code for the DLR
I don't think I'm going to be able to resist the temptation to write a compiler for the DLR. I know I should resist, but I spend so many cycles thinking about programming languages and the DLR seems to have so much promise to language implementors.
Argh, I can't believe I have such a busy week in front of me.