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[REBOL] [] Recent changes

From: rebol:rebol at: 21-Oct-2006 1:17

[REBOL] [] Recent changes This is an automatic email from, the REBOL Script Library to notify you of recent changes to the Library. =======changes======= file-list.r --change: new script --change: updated script -- Enhanced date and size comparison dialects slightly. --change: documentation added or updated --change: discussion post(s) made --title: File globbing module and dialect --owners: greggirwin --author: Gregg Irwin --purpose: Given a file spec, and optional criteria for date, size, and attributes, the FILE-LIST function returns a block of files that match the spec and criteria. It is also a test-bed for how to integrate dialects with one-another. There are sub-dialects for [...] --url: like.r --change: new script --change: documentation added or updated --title: VB Like Operator Module/pattern-matcher --owners: greggirwin --author: Gregg Irwin --purpose: The LIKE? function is a first crack at something like VB's Like operator. i.e. a *very* simple RegEx engine as you would use in shells for file globbing. The real purpose was to help me get acquainted with parse. --url: narriated-slideshow.r --change: new script --owners: [unowned] --url: run.r --change: discussion post(s) made --title: (R)EBOL (Un)it --owners: reboltof --author: Christophe 'REBOLtof' Coussement --purpose: RUn is a TestCase Framework wich allows the use of TestCases as defined by the eXtreme Programming development methodology and the test-driven development --url: slim.r --change: updated script -- license change to MIT, fixed slim/cached?/list return value --title: SLiM - STEEL | Library Manager --owners: moliad --author: Maxim Olivier-Adlhoch --purpose: Loads and Manage Run-time linkable libraries. Also serves as a specification. --url: =======additional information======= new and updated scripts: recent discussion: recent documentation: =======end======= --The Library People --21-Oct-2006