[REBOL] Re: Scrollpanel style
From: agem:crosswinds at: 28-May-2001 2:55
General rule of /view-sandbox is AFAIK:
read access to public cache, read/write-access to
scripts dir and all subdirs beyond.
That means you should organize like
this way the script in %reb-starters/
starts with write-allow for all sub- dirs.
If they call other scripts, that allowness
stays, so you can place
rebol do %demos/the-demo.r
there and in a %demos/ script
do %../reb-lib/something .
You have %somewhere/reb-starters/ and
and rebol thinks: »he goes out of the sandbox!!
time to ask!« ;-)
personally i like this onionskin-thinking
for security, keeps setting-stuff simple.
start a script from the Desktop like
[rebol probe secure query] to check it :)
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Ursprüngliche Nachricht <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Am 27.05.01, 23:25:10, schrieb "Brett Handley" <[brett--codeconscious--com]>
zum Thema [REBOL] Re: Scrollpanel style:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Volker Nitsch" <[agem--crosswinds--net]>
> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]>
> Sent: Monday, May 28, 2001 4:17 AM
> Subject: [REBOL] Re: Scrollpanel style
> Hi Brett
> > Library list ii:
> > I would heavily wish people would put their starter-scripts
> > in the root-dir, since makes library/image-dirs
> > subdirs and live here much easier.
> Do you mean everything I have in www.codeconscious.com/rebol-library/
> go in www.codeconscious.com/?
> If so, eek - codeconscious.com supports a website as well and who
> in the future. I figured having one directory called rebol-library
> enable me to store relatively stable scripts away from more volatile
> Also, it doesn't seem to be a problem for www.rebol.com which has a
> of directories.
> Currently I have
> ...rebol/ ; <- website html files.
> Or maybe it should be
> Which I started with and then changed because I wanted to seperate
> from *.r - the html files may have been bookmarked.
> > On linux security-questions are written like with /core
> > to the console, which i mostly have - hm, somewhere under something
> > under..
> > means the program looks hanging with first downloads..
> Oh. Ugly - bit of a show stopper for user applications.