Category Archives: IronPython
It looks like the upload of the Iron* languages to Debian is imminent. We’ve gotten the debian/watch file downloading a tarball of the git tag we’ve chosen for this release. This was the last bit meebey needed in order to … Continue reading
https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-legal-list/2009-August/msg00017.html In addition, IronRuby/IronPython/DLR may make it in to FC 13, thanks to Brett.
The FLOSS Weekly folks (including my homie, Randal) just published this week’s interview. It is with Michael Foord, who I just met a couple weeks ago. He published a book about IronPython. He mentions Mono, the DLR and IronRuby, too … Continue reading
An update on recent changes to the IronRuby packaging. We’ve changed the name of the source package because We’re packaging IronPython as well as IronRuby (thanks doko!) I’ve added the wrapper scripts (irake, igem, etc.). Maybe this is showing that … Continue reading
I got props for hosting the IronRuby/IronPython continuous integration. Yesterday was SysAdmin Appreciation Day. I feel appreciated.
We want to be like IronPython. 12:54 < mletterle> http://twitter.com/mletterle/statuses/3056990457 12:54 < cj> lolz. signing up: 12:54 < cj> Unknown Error 12:54 < cj> An unknown error occurred while processing your request. This is most likely due to a connection … Continue reading
I’m too busy to make two separate blog entries, so here is an update on my Mono work for the day. I’ve helped get the mono-2.4.2 debs moving. The mono-api-diff tool was removed after the 2.2 branch, so I grabbed … Continue reading
Ivan has updated the build script to produce IronPython binaries as well as IronRuby. Get your fresh DLR-powered, mono-friendly, dynamic language implementations here: http://dlrci.colliertech.org/ There are now links to source and binary tarballs as well as source zips on each … Continue reading