Ruby Editor as Visual Studio Shell


as you might know you can use Visual Studio as a base for your own dev tools. You can find more on this here

One option is the pure shell. Here Visual Studio is just the base library and editor and stuff. Now Sapphire Steel Software is using the shell to build a Ruby IDE on it. See here for details. They even have a PE (=Personal Edition) free to use for personal, educational or even commercial use.

Hey, the Microsoft stack is getting Ruby (or Ruby is getting the Microsoft stack)...