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[REBOL] Re: [REBOL]Re: Larry Wall's REBOL opinion

From: rebol-list2:seznam:cz at: 26-Nov-2005 14:14

Hello SunandaDH, Tuesday, November 22, 2005, 5:45:14 PM, you wrote: Sac> Tim:
>> Major revisions can be headaches, methinks.
Sac> Larry Wall uses an even stronger term: for PERL, it's the apocalypse. Sac> Sac> But minor revisions can be headaches too.... Sac>, which runs purely on REBOL/Core, is a version or two behind Sac> current /Core releases. Why? Minor incompatibilities that we haven't yet tracked Sac> down across 120+ scripts would break too many things.... Sac> .... And it's starting to matter as it is not always possible to even load Sac> the headers of scripts written for later versions. Example: Sac>> yes Sac> The script is not rendered in color as it crashes our attempts to parse it Sac> with the version of Core we run. It's because the Core is not able to load/next/header ? Post it to Rambo, it's a bug. Core should be able to load/next/header. By the way, why you don't use View to make the job? And why you are using CGI for such a thing? You should make the page when you upload the script and than use just a html files. Sac> Backwards and forwards compatibility should be goals of any language intended Sac> to support applications with a life time measuring more than a few months. Sac> Sunanda. -- Best regards, rebOldes -----------------[ ]