Perl's documentation come of age

Mike vimakefile at
Wed Sep 28 02:57:29 CEST 2005

"Steve Holden" <steve at> wrote in message 
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> Mike wrote:
>> "Steve Holden" <steve at> wrote in message 
>> news:mailman.747.1127321959.509.python-list at
>>>Jim Hugunin's keynote speech at this year's PyCon was accompanied by a 
>>>projection if his interactive interpreter session, and I know I wasn't 
>>>alone in finding this a convincing example of Microsoft's (well, Jim's, 
>>>really) full integration of Python into the .net framework.
>>>Steve Holden       +44 150 684nin 7255  +1 800 494 3119
>>>Holden Web LLC           
>>>PyCon TX 2006                
>> Which .Net integreation technology are you speaking of?
>> BTW, seems to be down (at least not reachable from here at the 
>> moment.)
>> thanks
> I spoke of IronPython, which generates CLR code.
> I believe will shortly re-emerge as a redirect to a subdirectory 
> of the domain, but I'm no longer in charge, so this may not be 
> accurate. RSN ...

Glad to see this cool project is still up and running. I downloaded it and 
ran some examples without incident.

Looks like I'm having a bad week w/these URLs, because now I'm not able to 
access .
I was hoping to get at the archives to see if I can glean more info before I 
asked too many questions...

Is there any way at the moment to get all the "niceities" w.r.t. development 
w/I.P.? (E.g., code completion, source debugging, etc.)
I assume a Visual Studio plug-in would be natural, but I'm not sure it's 
around yet.


> regards
>  Steve
> -- 
> Steve Holden       +44 150 684 7255  +1 800 494 3119
> Holden Web LLC           
> PyCon TX 2006                

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