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[REBOL] Re: Portals?

From: petr::krenzelok::trz::cz at: 14-May-2001 18:50

----- Original Message ----- From: "Richard Smolak" <[cyphre--volny--cz]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Monday, May 14, 2001 6:02 PM Subject: [REBOL] Re: Portals?
> > Hi cyphre :-) > > Hi PeKr =)
;-) heh, what a fun, switching dialect: [kdy zajdem na pivo? 8-)]
> > > > could you please elaborate and comment below development points simply
> the > > manner - implemented - stalled - in the works - will be added later
> > Thanks. > > OK here it is: > -video connection between different desktops(user A can watch content of > desktop/app of user B)(in progress but will be added later) > -system programmable keyboard handler (will be added later)
how is it going to be done? How do you want to process all the ongoing events? I assume it will be wery difficult to achieve. Maybe you could use any kind of batch mode and send you events in groups? btw: what about /Core? Do you think (as I do :-) the /Core deserves event system to have too? :-)
> -pseudo-multitasking(threading) driven by system task/schedule priotity > manager (you don't have to run separate rebol interpreter for each
is it based upon sterling's proxy script mechanism?
> aplication-the whole system is just one rebol process!) (in progress - I'm > not sure if I can manage it without more asynchronous behavior of REBOL -
what do you mean by "more asynchronous behavior of REBOL"?
> maybe it will pay to wait with developement till RT release next version
> /View?)
RT told you anything about certain upcoming features?
> >- I can't see any changes to SWIS in last month or more? Is there
> any > > development ongoing? > >
heh, my friend, you completly left DID :-) How is it going? Have you (or Rebolek) already started implementation?
> I was on holydays and then busy in my work(working on project in
> Director:(( ) As I said, unfortunately REBOL and SWIS is my free time
> for now:(( but nowadays I'm full of new energy and ideas ready to continue > SWIS developing. I have some stuff done but I would like to make more > improvements for next release. I hope you will see next release soon (2-3 > weeks? depends on my spare time) While waiting try to imagine transparent > smoked-glass SWIS windows with great design on your SWIS screen ;-)
Ah, well, but be carefull - you already use hw scrolling. So what about moving window content? I hope next version of SWIS will not require me to upgrade to 2GHz Pentium machine :-) Cheers, -pekr-