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[ALLY] Amiga problems (was Re: MAGICAL view/swis!!!)

From: carl::cybercraft::co::nz at: 7-Oct-2000 10:16

On 06-Oct-00, [cyphre--volny--cz] wrote:
> Hello Allen and all, > yesterday I found very MEGA COOL thing. With SWIS you can verz > easily put almost any kind of REBOL/view script into my window. It's > really very easy to "hack" any script into my windows;)(in posted > examples it costs about 2 hours of experimenting) > Maybe someone would complain that I post so long(66Kb) archive but > it's really amazing thing... > CHECK IT ALL and enjoy!! > Cyphre > P.S.: On my Amiga2000 68060/50 it is not so fast but on some PC > 50Mhz it would fly.
Well, okay, but on my Amiga View's not working at all at the moment... :( 0.10.31's just expired and 0.10.34 just won't run. What happens when I try to start 0.10.34 is I get a message (in a View window) saying... Cannot launch script h... (with the dots representing three of four misc. characters - they're different with each attempt at running View) and then View quits when I click on OK. In DOSTrace the error is reported as such... ( Everything's okay till I hit the "Failed"s below.) . . . REBOL: Getting shared lock (-2) on "Dev:REBOL/user.r": OK REBOL: Examining "Dev:REBOL/user.r": OK REBOL: Unlocking "Dev:REBOL/user.r" REBOL: Opening old file "Dev:REBOL/user.r": OK REBOL: Examining "Dev:REBOL/user.r": OK REBOL: Closing "Dev:REBOL/user.r": OK REBOL: Getting shared lock (-2) on "Dev:REBOL/hSßd": Failed REBOL: Getting shared lock (-2) on "REBOL:hSßd": Failed REBOL: Closing "«Unknown Object»": OK REBOL: Closing "«Unknown Object»": OK REBOL: Closing "«Unknown Object»": OK REBOL: Unlocking "Dev:REBOL" Any ideas Amiga users? I don't think it's anything to do with user.r as I've tried it with the default one as well as with no user.r, but still get the same error. I've an Amiga 1200 - 2megs Chip memory, 16megs Fast, 50Mhz 030, Workbench 3.0. Ateo Concepts Pixel64 GFX card running Picasso96. Carl Read.