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need information about ironpython

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application


 i have installed visual studio 2008.it works fine

now i want to try ironpython. :)

so please give me details of step for installation and which sources require to start ironpython in visual studio 2008.



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need information about ironpython



 i have installed visual studio 2008.it works fine

now i want to try ironpython. :)

so please give me details of step for installation and which sources require to start ironpython in visual studio 2008.



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