IronPython 2.7.7

@slide slide released this Dec 7, 2016 · 5 commits to ipy-2.7-maint since this release

On behalf of the IronPython community, we are happy to announce the availability of IronPython 2.7.7. This is the final release of IronPython 2.7.7. Over 50 issues have been fixed in the 2.7.7 release phase. You can view the full list of items by searching for the 2.7.7 label here on GitHub.

This is the first release with a Unix specific archive file. The Unix packaging is still under heavy testing.

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IronPython 2.7.7 RC2

@slide slide released this Nov 7, 2016 · 14 commits to ipy-2.7-maint since this release

On behalf of the IronPython community, we are happy to announce the availability of IronPython 2.7.7 RC2. This will most likely be the last RC before the final release of IronPython 2.7.7. Over 50 issues have been fixed in the 2.7.7 release phase. You can view the full list of items by searching for the 2.7.7 label here on GitHub.

This is the first release with a Unix specific archive file. The Unix packaging is still under heavy testing.

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IronPython 2.7.7 RC1

@slide slide released this Oct 22, 2016 · 49 commits to ipy-2.7-maint since this release

On behalf of the IronPython community, I am happy to announce the release of IronPython 2.7.7 RC1. This RC includes additional bug fixes from 2.7.7 RC0. You can see the whole list of issues fixed from previous releases on the issues page.

Thank you to all those who have contributed!

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IronPython 2.7.7.0 Release Candidate 0

@slide slide released this Oct 16, 2016 · 63 commits to ipy-2.7-maint since this release

On behalf of the IronPython Community, I am happy to announce the release of RC0 for IronPython 2.7.7. This release includes the following issue fixes:

https://github.com/IronLanguages/main/issues?q=is%3Aissue+label%3A2.7.7+is%3Aclosed

Thanks to all of those who contributed to this release.

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IronPython 2.7.6.3

@slide slide released this Aug 21, 2016 · 148 commits to ipy-2.7-maint since this release

On behalf of the IronPython team, I am happy to announce the release of version 2.7.6.3 final which is the first final release version for the 2.7.6 release stream.

There were several issues which were fixed since 2.7.5, a list of which can be seen here [https://github.com/IronLanguages/main/issues?q=label%3A2.7.6+is%3Aclosed|Issues Closed in 2.7.6].

Thanks to many different people for their hard work on this release. The community is becoming more active and working on IronPython again. We plan to have more regular releases, so please check back often.

In addition, we are working on becoming part of the .NET Foundation, which will help with getting more people involved and excited about IronPython.

If you find any issues, please file them on Github under IronPython/main.

Packages are also available via NuGet.

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IronPython 2.7.6 RC2

@slide slide released this Jul 25, 2016 · 228 commits to ipy-2.7-maint since this release

This is a small update to the RC1 which was released over the weekend to correctly add the IronPython "compiler" to the zip and msi.

See https://github.com/IronLanguages/main/releases/tag/ipy-2.7.6-rc1 for full details

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IronPython 2.7.6 RC1

@slide slide released this Jul 24, 2016 · 230 commits to ipy-2.7-maint since this release

On behalf of the IronPython team I am happy to announce the release candidate for IronPython 2.7.6.

First and foremost, the whole team would like to thank @jdhardy for his work on IronPython over the years. He took over when the code was open sourced by Microsoft, and through thick and thin kept the project going. His work has made the project much better.

This release combines changes from many different developers. A special thanks to:

@kunom, @simplicbe, @paweljasinski, @DinoV, @slozier, @jdhardy, @rassilon, @moto-timo, @jsakamoto, @terianil, @filmor, and @malcomdw.

The majority of the work that has gone into this release is fixing up some small longstanding issues, adding a new C# based IronPython "compiler" named ipyc that adds some additional features over pyc.py, a major memory leak fixup from @jdhardy that should resolved several memory leak issues that have been found over time, and the removal of Silverlight from the packages.

This is a Release Candidate, not a production release. Please test and submit issues here on Github.

For Visual Studio integration, check out Python Tools for Visual Studio which has support for IronPython as well as CPython, and many other fantastic features.

IronPython 2.7.6-rc1 is also available for embedding via NuGet. The main package is IronPython, and the standard library is in IronPython.StdLib.

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IronPython 2.7.5

@jdhardy jdhardy released this Dec 6, 2014 · 590 commits to master since this release

On behalf of the IronPython team, I'm very happy to announce the release of IronPython 2.7.5. Like all IronPython 2.7-series releases, .NET 4 is required to install it. Installing this release will replace any existing IronPython 2.7-series installation. Assemblies for embedding are provided for .NET 3.5, .NET 4, .NET 4.5, and Silverlight 5.

IronPython 2.7.5 is primarily a collection of bug fixes which smooths off many of the remaining rough edges. The complete list of changes is also available.

A major new feature is the inclusion of ensurepip, which will install the pip package manager:

; -X:Frames is required when using pip
ipy.exe -X:Frames -m ensurepip

; Run from an Administrator console if using IronPython installer
ipy.exe -X:Frames -m pip install html5lib

Note: The assembly version of IronPython has changed to 2.7.5.0. All previous 2.7 versions had the same version (2.7.0.40) which caused issues when different versions were installed. Publisher policy files are used to so that applications don't have to be recompiled, but recompiling is strongly recommended.

A huge thanks goes out to Pawel Jasinski, who contributed most of the changes in this release. Thanks is also due to Simon Opelt, Alex Earl, Jeffrey Bester, yngipy hernan, Alexander Köplinger, Vincent Ducros, and fdanny.

For Visual Studio integration, check out Python Tools for Visual Studio which has support for IronPython as well as CPython, and many other fantastic features.

IronPython 2.7.5 is also available for embedding via NuGet. The main package is IronPython, and the standard library is in IronPython.StdLib.

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IronPython 2.7.5 Release Candidate 2

@jdhardy jdhardy released this Nov 25, 2014 · 590 commits to master since this release

On behalf of the IronPython team, I'm happy to announce the second release candidate of IronPython 2.7.5. This release includes everything from IronPython 2.7.4 and earlier. Like all IronPython 2.7-series releases, .NET 4 is required to install it. Installing this release will replace any existing IronPython 2.7-series installation. Assemblies for embedding are provided for .NET 3.5, .NET 4, .NET 4.5, and Silverlight 5.

IronPython 2.7.5 is primarily a collection of bug fixes which smooths off many of the remaining rough edges. The complete list of changes is also available.

Note: The assembly version of IronPython has changed to 2.7.5.0. All previous 2.7 versions had the same version (2.7.0.40) which caused issues when different versions were installed. Publisher policy files are used to so that applications don't have to be recompiled, but recompiling is strongly recommended.

A huge thanks goes out to Pawel Jasinski, who contributed most of the changes in this release. Thanks is also due to Simon Opelt, Alex Earl, Jeffrey Bester, yngipy hernan, Alexander Köplinger, Vincent Ducros, and fdanny.

For Visual Studio integration, check out Python Tools for Visual Studio which has support for IronPython as well as CPython, and many other fantastic features.

IronPython 2.7.5 RC 2 is also available for embedding via NuGet. The main package is IronPython, and the standard library is in IronPython.StdLib.

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