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[REBOL] Re: Rebol Unity ??

From: jason:cunliffe:verizon at: 20-Mar-2002 2:07

Petr Krenzelok <[petr--krenzelok--trz--cz]> wrote
> Hi, so, I just don't understand, what is the point? We have Rebol and > Rugby written in Rebol, transparently supported socket architecture thru > the ports. We have best Inet language so far. Flash has to use glues ;-)
Yes I agree we have best Inet langauge and *that's* why I want to know how to make a killer Unity in Rebol/rugby! /View is not Flash. Flash does somethings very very well. Flash has huge and growing market. new FlashMX does even more [video streaming faster XML] Java is a pain to install and program We even have native make-swf.r Rebol/Unity [rugby-based] for Flash would really put REBOL on the world map.What a great opportunity. What a chance to take a lot of people by surprise. Here download this tiny thing click click.GO owow Imagine how easy to install these socket servers on any machine. How much easier to extend modify link etc.
> Check the following: > > 1) pricing > please note unity's new (lower) pricing scale! > > Licence Description Cost > > professional licence single-domain only, lifetime upgrades, no user > limit* USD $700 > express licence single-domain only, lifetime upgrades, 100 user limit > USD $100 > beta promotional licence discount professional licence for qualifying > beta participants 1/2 original cost (USD $350/$50) > non-commercial licence artist, non-commercial, academic use free > trial licence any application with 10 or fewer users free
precisely... Though non-commercail artist + academic is free. How much different from Rebol is that? Colim Moock has given a lot of good work to the Flash community. I don't think anyone begrudges him some payback. But seriously perhaps this is a great chance for rebolers to show the competition, and make some money to support rugby developmnent etc.if they want Maarten are you listening ??
> 2) requirements > . java 1.2 or higher running on *nix or windows > . ability to bind to a port over 1024 > > 3) the size 1.7MB (there is Xerces in archive, which is some kind of XML > parser IIRC), but anyway, who cares :-)
see what I mean :-)
> 4) The site states Unity server is down, they have apparently problem > with throughput: > > "unity will be down for a bit while we increase this machine's thread > limit. testing is going well...thanks for the help! please reload for > progress updates... "
When I conencted they had 300 connections on. Within about 1 hour that had risen to 480. Somethime after that the disconnect message caem up so I guess they went back to work. What can Rugby handle? How far has anyone pushed this?
> 5) I would not like to code in something like: > > > > I just want to open port, insert port, copy port, close port ;-)
show me please Let's do a demo ./Jason