[IronPython] IronPython status
ianm at ActiveState.com
Tue Feb 22 20:51:25 PST 2005
Bob Ippolito wrote:
>> So, you still end up requiring a farily extensive support library.
>> IronPython (and Jython)
>> blur the line between an interpreted and a compiled language.
> The line isn't very blurry, they're both completely interpreted
> languages. IronPython is 100% IL bytecode and it generates nothing
> but IL bytecode, which gets interpreted/translated by virtual
> machine. Same for Jython, with some different acronyms.
By that logic boo, c# and vb.net are also "completely interpreted" since
they generate nothing but IL bytecode.
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