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[REBOL] Re: Rugby RIP

From: nitsch-lists:netcologne at: 17-Jan-2002 22:32

RE: [REBOL] Re: Rugby RIP [carl--cybercraft--co--nz] wrote:
> On 18-Jan-02, Petr Krenzelok wrote: > > > Maarten Koopmans wrote: > > >> All, > > >> Rugby is officially dead, the web sites have been removed. You may > >> use it (including republishing) as the BSD license indicates if you > >> stil have it. > > >> With IOS coming Rebol will have a built-in distributed system. If > >> IOS fails there is no case for such thing anyway. I feel it is in > >> Rebols best interest if there 'is only one'. > > >> Thank you all for using it and making it a fun. > > >> Goodbye, > > >> Maarten > > > I had a vague feeling I'd seen Rugby mentioned on the REBOL site, but > I can't find the reference there any more. I did notice that Core, > Command and View are now refered to as "REBOL Messaging Language > Products". How long has that been the case? >
was mentioned by Carl Sassenrath in the os-news interview? :: In REBOL, applications are agile. You don't need SOAP, WSDL, SCL, NASSL, UDDI, UML, MSXML, XSLT, RMI, IIOP, DCOM, DNA, or anything else. You write it, and it works - just about everywhere. If you need object brokering such as Corba, you can use a broker such as Rugby. Rugby is advanced, robust, fast, and it is written in only 1500 lines of REBOL. ;;; Maarten, what happend?