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[REBOL] RFC: Rebol Framework

From: robert:muench:robertmuench at: 21-Oct-2002 17:42

Hi, I have updated my rebol-framework effort. What has changed: - seperated definition for business-object in extra file (play around with object-templates.r to create your own BOs) - date! and area! types now add default-functionality to labels (try BO note & project) - some more bugs fixed - stuff I don't remember... ;-) I think I will start to use bug report to keep track of all changes and bugs. I'm still seeking for some people how want to help me with some coding power. Independent development is possible so you don't need to understand everything. I'm seeking for stand-alone functions that I can integrate than. So let me know :-)) 1. As you can see in 'objecttemplate2gui this is where all this nice default-code is added. I'm seeking for people who want to write such short stuff like get-date, view-notes etc. What kind of default functionality would further be useful? 2. How about defining Bos? I'm sure most of you can do it. We need to collect them all, agree an a well done definition and use them ;-). I would like to list those Bos and there description on my web-site as well. Here is my old list of things you could still help me with if you want: 1. I need an arrow-line keyword. Currently I'm using line to draw a connection between two nodes. I would like to use an arrow: arrow start end The arrow should be at end. 2. Problem: I have two nodes with specific width and height. The nodes can have different parameters for these two. I need a function that draws a straight line between those nodes in that the source starts from the middle of the first node (height/2, width/2) and the end of the line ends on the edge of the node so that an arrow is still seen be the user. I hope you understand what I mean. 3. Any idea for enhancing the GUI would be welcome. 4. I'm sure my code isn't well optimized yet. Are there are any simple methods to indicate the hot-spots in my code? 5. Anyone interested in the graph-layout stuff? As always let me know what you think about it. -- Robert M. M=FCnch IT & Management Freelancer Mobile: +49 (0)177 2452 802 Fax : +49 (0)721 8408 9112 Web :