IronPython Studio for VS 2008 Shell released

IronPython Studio is now available as free download. Working with the VSX team at Microsoft, Pablo Galiano of Clarius Consulting released IronPython Studio for developing Python applications. The free VS SDK includes a sample application called IronPython, a full integration of the IronPython language, IntelliSense, compiler, debugging, etc. integrated into Visual Studio. While the IronPython sample application is free within the VS SDK, the VS SDK does require VS Standard or above. This new IronPython Studio download is free and does not require any version of Visual Studio to install, it only requires the free VS 2008 Shell (isolated mode) runtime installation as well as the 1MB IronPython Setup installation. There are screenshots on the CodePlex project home page, and Pablo also created a IronPython Studio screencast video demo.

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  1. I finally got Visual Studio 2008 installed yesterday and thought I'd celebrate by looking at IronPython

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