From: al::bri::xtra::co::nz at: 8-Nov-2000 21:12
> I asked the same question a few weeks ago on the list, why have you kept
your webserver secret? :-)
I only started work on it a couple of weeks ago, and I had problems with
Rebol's code to read lines with TCP ports. I found a bug in Rebol code, and
it'll be fixed in next version, says Bo.
> When is "Silk" going to be ready?
> Do you have a feature list that I can see?
Silk - Smooth as Silk, Spider Silk.
* Plug-in architecture - including "plugging-in" parse code into objects.
Just place plug-in in directory to extend Silk's capabilities (after writing
it :-) ) Current Plug-ins are Request-Methods. Future ones are below.
Real Soon Now:
* Serves most standard 'net documents
Nearly done (each of these will be a plug in):
* .RSP - Rebol Server Pages - Just like ASP or JSP, but using Rebol.
* HTML Dialect - Recently published on [Web_Dialect--egroups--com]
* Document HTML Dialect - As published on [Web_Dialect--egroups--com]
* CGI Rebol - Haven't figured out how to do this. Need to experiment a bit.
This is rebol scripts using 'print to output HTML text, standard Rebol CGI,
as might be used by Apache or other scripts.
* Rebol-Wiki - WikiWikiWiki in Rebol.
* Rebol-Sparrow - Xerox/ParcPlace Sparrow
* FTP to/from remote sites.
* Mediation of sites, allowing editing of content on remote site.