If you've ever needed to use Ruby for a particular task, but wanted to use Python as your primary language, Rython lets you easily mix the two languages together. Why would I want to mix Ruby and Python? There are many reasons:
- you need a Ruby Gem that provides unique functionality which no Python module provides
- you need a simpler syntax for manipulating regular expressions
- you want to quickly bridge to code you've already written in Ruby
released on 21 May 2009
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