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Jun 14 2010, 03:33 PM
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The next version of Microsoft's dotNET platform will see the official inclusion of the IronPython and IronRuby languages.
Based on the scripting languages Python and Ruby, these two dotNET version will compile into dotNET Common Language Runtime code.
In order to incorporate "scripting" languages, Microsoft had to introduce a new subsystem into dotNET.
Because "scripting" languages (like Python, Ruby, Perl and PHP) are "dynamic" languages (their variables do not have a pre-defined datatype, untill the moment that a value is given to the variable) the dotNET scheme (where everything is strictlt "type-safe") had to be altered.
The sollution consists of two parts: the Dynamic Language Runtime and the new datatype: CLR:dynamic.
So, now Microsoft Visual Studio developers can write dotNET managed code with Python...
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