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- Unit Testing CLR Assemblies Using IronRuby
Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2010 Nov/Dec
Release Date: Friday, October 22, 2010
Quick ID: 1011101
For a very long time, .NET developers have envied the simplicity and the beauty of the Ruby language. The dynamic behavior, duck typing and compact code are some of the main features of the Ruby language. Now, .NET developers can enjoy the same benefits using the IronRuby framework. This article explores the possibilities of using IronRuby in the CLR world. The main focus will revolve around the sphere of unit testing CLR assemblies using the IronRuby framework.
- Building .NET Systems with Ruby, Rake and Albacore
Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2010 May/Jun
Release Date: Friday, May 07, 2010
Quick ID: 1006101
Automated build tools have been around for a long time.Many of the early tools were simple batch scripts that made calls out to other command-line tools like compilers and linkers. As the need for more and more complexity in the build scripts was realized, specialized tools like Make were introduced. These tools offered more than just sequential processing of commands. They provided some logic and decision making as well as coordination of the various parts of the build process. Since Make was first introduced, many variations and specialized versions have been introduced for various languages and platforms. Rake - the “Ruby Make” system - may not have much more than its namesake to claim a connection to Make, but it is a build tool that is quickly growing in popularity and providing .NET developers with new options.