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See also:
  • .NET Meets Ruby - NETRuby a la interpreter: port of Ruby interpreter to C#, so Ruby runs under CLR and interfaces to .NET. Ported interpreter seems thread-safe, runs multiple instances in one executable.
  • IronRuby - A .NET Ruby, goals: good performance, seamless integration with .NET libraries, infrastructure; compatibility with 1.8.x branch of Ruby modulo continuations. Heavily leverages Microsoft Dynamic Language Runtime. Microsoft Permissive License.
  • Ruby.NET - Project to make Ruby compiler for .NET based on NetRuby.
  • RubyForge: RubyCLR: Project Info - Official home; downloads, latest versions.
  • Ruby.NET vs. IronRuby: What's the Difference? - Brief updated comparison, by M. David Peterson. O'Reilly Windows DevCenter Blog. (January 01, 2008)
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