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[REBOL] Re: Interfacing with Java, C# ......

From: tim-johnsons::web::com at: 4-Aug-2006 10:49

* Gregg Irwin <> [060803 07:21]:
> Hi Thorsten, > > TM> Is it in general possible to establish a communication between Rebol an > TM> other programming language programs (perhaps via sockets), has anybody > TM> done something like that and what is the best method (performance, > TM> stability ...) if there are more than one?? It should be as universally > TM> as possible. > > Yes, sockets are sockets. What is easiest will depend on who you're > talking to (i.e. the other langauge). It may be that there are > specific protocols, or format handling, built in that play to one > approach or another.
In addition to what I say here, see my earlier post on this subject: A large organization - in the communication business and happens to be *very* proprietory - is running hundreds of small applications in a system driven by socket (or port-to-port) communication. Most of these applications are either perl or rebol. It appears to work very well. (A family member is on the management oversite) In fact I think that this approach is really in keeping with RT's advertised approach to computing and built-in TCP functionality ... tim
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