On 10/4/07, John Lam (DLR) <jflam / microsoft.com> wrote:
> > I'm guessing this answer isn't going to please a lot of people, but in
> > my opinion, your realistic options on a Windows platform are probably
> > jRuby and IronRuby, in that order. jRuby is in great shape as far as I
> > can tell, and it might well be faster than Cygwin Ruby by now. I'll let
> > John Lam speak for the status of IronRuby, but for now it looks like
> > jRuby is a few months ahead of it.
> Well, jRuby is quite a bit ahead of where we are right now; we've got our work cut out for us. But that said, our goal is to make IronRuby the Ruby of choice on the Windows platform ... and for the OS X browser platform as well via our cross-platform CoreCLR implementation that ships in Silverlight.

Interesting, but I have no intention of ever installing Silverlight. I
think I've installed AIR, but not because I really wanted it.

-austin
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