[REBOL] Re: Rebol# or Rebol on DotNET
From: andrew::martin::colenso::school::nz at: 24-Dec-2003 22:40
> then one can use xml schema to define rebol datatypes, don't much care
for xml schema, but the .Net implementation is actually useful,
especially as one can do runtime translation between xml schema
datatypes and .net datatypes.
At the moment, I'm using .NET Regular Expressions to parse out R# (and
Rebol) data types, as .NET will compile these regexp is native code upon
loading (and I've got a good tutorial on Regexp in the PERL
documentation). If you could provide XML schema definitions and a way to
map on .NET regexp or some other way to map rebol values into .NET
datatypes, I'll happily include them into R#.
> One of the things I've thought about is if it were possible to consume
a rebol script as an xml provider:
Hmmm, how would we represent something like:
£12.34 ; British Pounds & Pence.
Block! values are sort of easy enough:
<sequence> ; Or some other tag name?
; blah blah
Andrew J Martin
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