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[REBOL] Jell Project

From: ale870::gmail::com at: 27-Apr-2006 19:08

Dear all, I wish to lightlight this new project "Jell Project", created by me (!) using Rebol View/PRO. Follows a short description about the project. If you are interested, you can visit my site at: This is a new project. I will try to explain the project target, even if it is a little bit difficult with a few words. Final target is creating a set of tools to create desktop environment platform independent (using Rebol programming language). It will be composed by two different tool categories: final users, and administrator/programmers. Jell will be created using Rebol programming language ( Jell Project is distributed with LGPL license. Here a list of some tools planned: * JellAP (Jell Application Protocol): it will be able to manage (download and start) remote applications in a similar way as Java Web Start (JWS). Main difference is JWS manages only java based applications, and JellAP will manager any kind of programs/files. Actually, this application is almost completed. It will be released as LGPL license. I hope I will be able to release the first version in a couple of weeks (within May 15, 2006). * Jell advanced command line: this innovative tool, created for advanced users/admins/programmers, will let you open windows like any other desktop environment, but using shell-based commands. More info will come later ;-) (Job PLANNED) * Powerful telenet/ftp application: telnet and co. (other remote shell tools) are a little bit limited if you need to make deep administration, management, etc... Jell will include a powerful system you will use to manage remote computers, using standard http protocol and stadard port (bypassing routers, firewalls, etc...). * Desktop environment: every OS has its own desktop system: Jell will try to create a standard desktop environment, platform independent. * more to come... Il sito che sto sviluppando si serve per mantenere una lista di code-snippets in vari linguaggi di programmazione. Thank you! Alessandro