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This image show IronPython.
But... what is it?

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Michel Claveau
Jun 6 '07 #1
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Michel Claveau wrote:

This image show IronPython.
But... what is it?

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What is generally referred to as "Python", available from, is
really the 'CPython' runtime and associated libraries. It implements
the Python runtime using C. There is also Jython, which uses a Python
-Java compiler on roughly Python 2.2 compatible source. There is also
PyPy, which implements the Python runtime in Python with various
backends (LLVM -GCC, etc.). Finally, IronPython is an implementation
of Python using Microsoft's .NET common language runtime (the CLR),
which allows for Python to gain access to everything available in .NET .
- Josiah
Jun 6 '07 #2

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