[REBOL] Re: load, contexts and binding
From: robert:muench:robertmuench at: 18-Sep-2001 11:11
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> It is the opposite: after Load, the word "bla" in the loaded code will be
> "bla is great!".
Hi, hm... strange. Does this make sense? Why should I than load words from an
external file? IMO it would make sense to be able to load words from files and
overwrite the ones already defined in the running script.
> When you execute the loaded program, the loaded code will change the global
I tried this too. But with the following:
do load ...
So 'load already redifined the new words... The problem with do is, that it
expects a Rebol header, there is no refinement like do/plain ...
Anyway I'm checking it further. Robert