On Sunday, September 14, 2003, at 12:24  PM, gabriele renzi wrote:

> il Sun, 14 Sep 2003 08:51:15 +0900, Benjamin Schroeder
> <benschroeder / acm.org> ha scritto::
>
>> Hi everyone,
>>
>> I'd like to announce Release 3 of our Ruby/.NET bridge, which lets you
>> use Ruby and .NET objects together in your programs.  (Releases 1 and 
>> 2
>> were available on the RAA and RubyForge, but this is the first one
>> we're announcing widely.)
>
> it seem I posted a question about rubydotnet at the same time you were
> sending this message :)

Yes, good timing! ;)

>> John and I would love to hear any feedback or questions you have -
>> either on this list or by private mail.  I hope you enjoy using the
>> bridge!
>
> one thing I'd love to see is a reflection api for the .net classes.
> It seem to me that the .net framework allows reflection at some
> degree, and having a DotNetType.dotNetMethods would be lovely..

Sure, I like that idea.  I think that the bridge that Tim Sutherland 
was working on had something similar, as does the WIN32OLE package for 
using COM objects.  It would be nice to add the things around it, like 
:respond_to? and :kind_of?, as well.

> BTW, a wonderful work!

Thanks!

Ben Schroeder