Saturday, February 10, 2007

FePy now shipped with Mono 1.2.3

From the Mono 1.2.3 release notes:

"In this release, we are now shipping the IronPython Community Edition (IPCE) from Seo Sanghyeon. IPCE includes a number of preconfigured libraries with IronPython to improve your IronPython developing experience."

This is release 5 of IPCE but Sanghyeon continues to improve it and the latest can be checked out from IPCE repository.

12 comments:

CoralPoetry said...

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Anonymous said...

If you can't beat them join them!!!

Fuzzyman said...

Shame that the IronPython that comes with the Mono binaries is completely unusable. :-(

Still, when they sort that out it will be major good news...

Mark Rees said...

fuzzyman said:
"Shame that the IronPython that comes with the Mono binaries is completely unusable."

I know there is an issue with edit keys on the console commandline but every IronPython program I have written to date runs fine on the Mono 1.2.3 release.

Mystery said...

Anonymous said...

If you can't beat them join them!!!

I agree

Anonymous said...

If the wheels are turning, the Fepy given a chance to sit it out or dance I hope you make it dance now that it shipped with mono 1.2.3

David Johnston said...
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Only_Me said...

já?

Diana said...
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