IronColdFusion ?

Apr 22, 2010 at 10:28 AM

Hi,

Yesterday I visited a client that wants to migrate his ColdFusion development to the Microsoft .NET platform (VS 2010, .NET 4).

I told him about the newly added support for dynamic languages (DLR) in .NET 4. If there was support for ColdFusion this might help out.

Was Googling / Binging today if I could find an "Iron"-implementation for ColdFusion for the DLR. The only thing I found was BlueDragon.NET / IronDragon. But only one blog post from 2007.

It would be great if we could use the DLR to reuse business logic written in ColdFusion  (CFSCRIP). We could phase this out over time.

Was wondering if IronDragon is available or anybody else is working on something simular? 

Thanks in advance.

Regards,


Christophe

 

Coordinator
Apr 23, 2010 at 2:59 AM

Yeah, those guys came to one of our dev labs and got some quick progress that they thought looked promising, but I'm not sure what they've done since.  I'm not in contact with them currently, but if you had the authors name/email, I'd poke them.  Sorry don't know more.

Bill

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From: cgeers

Hi,

Yesterday I visited a client that wants to migrate his ColdFusion development to the Microsoft .NET platform (VS 2010, .NET 4).

I told him about the newly added support for dynamic languages (DLR) in .NET 4. If there was support for ColdFusion this might help out.

Was Googling / Binging today if I could find an "Iron"-implementation for ColdFusion for the DLR. The only thing I found was BlueDragon.NET / IronDragon. But only one blog post from 2007.

It would be great if we could use the DLR to reuse business logic written in ColdFusion (CFSCRIP). We could phase this out over time.

Was wondering if IronDragon is available or anybody else is working on something simular?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,


Christophe

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Apr 23, 2010 at 3:03 AM

Vincent Bonfanti was one of the devs, his blog is here: http://blog.newatlanta.com/rss.cfm?mode=full&

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Yeah, those guys came to one of our dev labs and got some quick progress that they thought looked promising, but I'm not sure what they've done since. I'm not in contact with them currently, but if you had the authors name/email, I'd poke them. Sorry don't know more.

Bill

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To: Bill Chiles
Subject: IronColdFusion ? [dlr:210161]

From: cgeers

Hi,

Yesterday I visited a client that wants to migrate his ColdFusion development to the Microsoft .NET platform (VS 2010, .NET 4).

I told him about the newly added support for dynamic languages (DLR) in .NET 4. If there was support for ColdFusion this might help out.

Was Googling / Binging today if I could find an "Iron"-implementation for ColdFusion for the DLR. The only thing I found was BlueDragon.NET / IronDragon. But only one blog post from 2007.

It would be great if we could use the DLR to reuse business logic written in ColdFusion (CFSCRIP). We could phase this out over time.

Was wondering if IronDragon is available or anybody else is working on something simular?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,


Christophe

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Apr 25, 2010 at 5:17 PM

Thank you all for your responses.

I've contacted Vincent Bonfanti of New Atlanta in the meantime. The DLR (IronDragon) implementation is still in the pipeline it seems, but a bit on the backburner.

However using the current version of BlueDragon.NET (7.1) I can get there too.

For those dealing with the same issue I've written the following blog post about it:

http://cgeers.wordpress.com/2010/04/25/running-coldfusion-code-in-net/

Regards,

Christophe