Dynamic Languages in Silverlight
Microsoft.Scripting.Silverlight.dll is the integration between Silverlight and Dynamic Languages running on the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR). The supported languages are IronPython and IronRuby.
/Samples: See /samples/README.markdown for more information
/Utils: See /Utils/README.markdown
/Chiron: Source code for Chiron.exe. See /Chiron/README
/Microsoft.Scripting.Silverlight: Source code for Microsoft.Scripting.Silverlight.dll
/Public: Tools for creating and running Silverlight applications, and the Apache License, Version 2.0
Create a new Silverlight application
This will create a Silverlight application in the language of your choosing in the "application_name" directory where you ran the script.
Run an application
This will launch Chiron, the Silverlight development utility, as well as open your default browser to http://localhost:2060. If you pass the /w instead of the /b switch, it will just start the server and not launch your browser. See the Chiron section below for more of its usage details.
This command requires Mono to be installed on the Mac. Download Mono
Adds support for DLR-based languages embedded in the HTML page: