[REBOL] Re: REBOL Web Browser Plugin (Alpha)
From: kolla:nvg:ntnu:no at: 9-Jun-2001 2:30
On Fri, 8 Jun 2001 [sterling--rebol--com] wrote:
> You go to:
> it has a list of REBOL files you can run.
> You click on one which causes the browser to move forward to that page
> and launch REBOL on the file. Now you have to hit the back button to
> get back to where you were in order to click another file.
Yes, this is how it's supposed to work.
> But if REBOL browses another page, or even the same page as before (if
> we can get that information), then you do end up at the same page but
> with one difference... if you hit back, you're back o nthe script page
> and it launches again. You history would look like this:
> 0. somesite.com/files/index.html (current page)
> 1. somesite.com/files/script.r
> 2. somesite.com/files/index.html
> 3. somesite.com/index.html
> So it's not quite right. Thew back button gets you into really big
> trouble. The current NS plugin kind of does this but it prints out a
> up on the _actual_ page that you came from. We can't yet get this to
> work with IE as it does not support the call to the browser to print
> stuff out to a new page.
I dont grasp any of this.. You go to a page A that has a link to a rebol
script B, you click the script B and the browser uses the plugin to display
the running view application inside the browser. You hit back and you're
back to page A. What's problem? Are you confusing "back" with "up"?
Anyone tried with Opera btw? It supports netscape plugins so there should
be no problem.
Sidenote... how the heck to I get passed the "Failed to create binary file
/home/kolla/.rebol/rebol" problem when running view for the fist time?
I find myself unable to install rebol/view on linux these days.. someone fix
Also, the amiga installation is kida lame, it assumes all files are located
in RAM: when installing, what smart idea is that? Please, be smart and use