I am working with silverlight since WPF/E days and after the
Silverlight 2 RTW release was wondering to my wonder tool Chiron.exe. A
bit of searching took me to the blog which says:
Chiron is still available for you if you want it. It is a part of the Silverlight Dynamic Languages SDK which is available on Codeplex. So if you need/want it, there you go.
Some people were using Chiron for their automated build scenarios to create the XAP package during the builds. A lot of the packaging stuff for XAPs is now a part of some of the MSBuild tasks, so you can still automate your builds using MSBuild.
explains the stuff; i presume. I am personally missing Chiron.
Silverlight DLR, ironPython is something i love and like really,
however, i do not have any great ideas where i can implemnet them. So
most of times its just feel good POC on SL 2 DLR.Bottonline: I will miss you, Chiron.
The good part i like was the blog name: I actually written the same name as the blog entry where i find the information from (Which belongs to http://timheuer.com/blog/Default.aspx [Whom i really admire a lot]). It so amazing that people who may be very diverse can think of similar things about a technology.