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[REBOL] Re: CREdit free editor

From: agem:crosswinds at: 29-May-2001 20:07

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Ursprüngliche Nachricht <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Am 29.05.01, 13:57:41, schrieb Petr Krenzelok <[Petr--Krenzelok--trz--cz]> zum Thema [REBOL] Re: CREdit free editor:
> Richard Smolak wrote: > > Hi Pekr ;-) > > > Hi Richie ;-) > so, you are probably right View text capabilities are underpowered! I
> kind of a dialect could solve our situation? Draw dialect is nice
addition. But
> we can't do so simple things as e.g. underlining some selected letter
to show
> user which letter serves as hot-key assignment. Whole text in the face
> single attributes. While it is enough for what we have now, we can't
apply no
> style template to text. It could be as follows: > face/text: "Some text here" > face/text-style: [color red blue thru "e" skip underline "t" ... ]
etc. - such
> styles would override general text face settings for the text. Holger
- do you
> think such engine could be brought to View? Would it be usefull?
Nice idea. Would be nice if rebol could layout faces like text (wrapping..) and edit them. Oberon V4 does this, and you can insert pictures, animations, hyperlinks and so on in the normal editor. Cool. Someone wrote a webbrowser with this, where urls and so on are simply special elements. With a html-parser/saver. You can use the normal editor-core to browse/write html there. We would give face a block instead of text, and could insert/remove elements and then 'show. And generating the block with an integrated parse-rule from text. Yeah! :)
> > Yes, I have been thinking about that few months ago, I have also had
> > discussions with REBOLek regarding this topic but we agreed that make
> > syntax sensitive editor would be very complicated to do in REBOL and
if so
> > it would be probably slow.... > > > > It is possible to create colored text console(see > > > Uh, what is 'mud? Screenshots look interesting. Can't find the way of
how to
> run it, even though I downloaded some of its parts ;-) > Cheers, > -pekr-