Via TechCrunch:

"Silverlight will now include a mini-CLR (Common Language Runtime)
from .NET. As with the usual .NET runtime, with Silverlight you can
code in a number of supported programming languages. At this time the
languages supported are C#, Javascript (ECMA 3.0), VB, Python and
Ruby. The Python and Ruby interpreters were built by Microsoft and
have been released under their shared source license meaning that
developers can get access to the code and are able to make
contributions to it."

http://tinyurl.com/2xk9tg

Has anybody played around with this yet, or know what subset of Ruby
will be supported?

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