Microsoft is currently developing a version of the Ruby language called IronRuby to run on the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) for .NET. IronRuby is still in the pre-alpha stage so there are inescapable limitations on the kind of dedicated support we can offer in our IDE. Even so, I’m pleased to say that we today launched the first public alpha of Ruby In Steel for IronRuby. In addition to comprehensive editing support we also have the first and only drag and drop form designer for IronRuby.
If this is something that is of interest to you, grab yourself a free copy of Ruby In Steel For Iron Ruby here: