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Thursday October 1st

IronPython 2.0 Has Been Released

Microsoft has released IronPython 2.0 on CodePlex, the .NET implementation of the Python language. The most important improvement is running on top of the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR).


Why this is tagged as Silverlight is beyond me ;(

I thought IronPython was developed in conjunction with the DLR. Silverlight uses the DLR.

Correct me if I'm wrong.

Well, IronPython runs under the DLR. Silverlight 2 is capable of hosting the DLR. So IronPython can also be run in a browser. Maybe we need another category "DLR" so posts about IronPython, IronRuby and others can be filed there?

That's what I was thinking when I posted it. Basically I went past all the options and could only find "Silverlight" to be an option that gets close.

Yeah we need a "DLR", "IronPython" and an "Open Source" option.

Hey cool I didn't know but I could remove the Silverlight tag. So I did because I think it only confuses people.

I don't know if the removal can be seen by everybody or just myself.

It is removed :)

I made a report about no DLR category way back in February.

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