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[REBOL] Re: Java bindings?

From: tim:johnsons-web at: 19-Jun-2003 10:10

* [SunandaDH--aol--com] <[SunandaDH--aol--com]> [030619 09:49]:
> I'm just tinkering with the design of a web-based project that'll be mainly > in Java using Apache, Cocoon and Java -- that's not negotiable. > > But I'd like to do the heavy lifting -- a lot of data comparing -- in REBOL. > > Has anyone linked to REBOL from Java, and can you hint at any issues involved > that'll leap up and bite me later?
Hi Sunanda: I can't anticipate anything myself, but even though I own my business, and write much in rebol where it pleases me, that I have to sometimes serve specific requests from clients (like "try to use a well-know language like python or perl") Most compilable (C/C++ for example) and scripting (Perl, python) allow system calls.As does Java, I believe. That gives you the opportunity to harness rebol applications by launching them from other applications. Messages can be sent from an application to another via tcp/ip, which rebol 'shines' at. One could then have 'two-way messenging'. Since CGI programming is stateless, a web 'application' can call on scripts from any number of language sources. The good 'ol Common Gateway Interface still does the job.... And I'm still looking for "mod rebol" in apache <grin> regards -- Tim Johnson <[tim--johnsons-web--com]>