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IronPython / IronRuby support would be nice!

How about supporting code creation with this two languages. It shouldn't be so hard, as it's now possible to host them inside of any .NET language. Its all about adding the syntax highlighting and intellisense.

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      • Jason DiOrio commented  · 

        Adding 3rd party support for languages either like the driver system for data access or the plugin system for custom visualizers would be pretty cool, though I don't know if there's enough people writing new CLI languages for it to be adopted by others. Personally I like the idea of supporting C++/CLI (the replacement for Managed C++) and I'm sure other languages would be great (maybe even powershell, supported by a custom visualizer), but it seems like it might take a while for all of these to be implemented individually so maybe an exposed API might be well liked. For all I know it could already exist :S

      • Greg commented  · 

        just get the languages working first. worry about syntax highlighting and intellisense later. IronRuby is what I's like to see in LINQPad.

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