[REBOL] Re: View 1.0 Amiga installation
From: jeff:rebol at: 10-Apr-2001 5:56
> I don't know why there's a ".rebol" file written to your RAM disk, but
> I've also got one in my sys: partition too. If you haven't, then
> it's probably why you have to install View again after every reboot.
> I ssume it's your install that puts the ".rebol" in your RAM disk, so
> perhaps after the install you could copy the ".rebol" to your sys:
> drawer to see if that'll fix your problem.
Have a look inside .rebol. It should look something like this:
The .rebol is a file created for most non-windows systems
used to help REBOL determine when it should install (when
REBOL's version tuple is greater than the one found in
.rebol) and where to find REBOL. REBOL needs to be able to
find itself for things like LAUNCH.
REBOL_HOME environment variable usually points REBOL to
where it will find the .rebol file. If you don't find a
.rebol in your REBOL_HOME then REBOL will try to install. If
there is no REBOL_HOME, REBOL looks in HOME. If there is no
HOME, REBOL looks in the current directory.