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[REBOL] Re: simple editor for rebol

From: info:johnsons-web at: 7-May-2001 8:56

Hi : On Mon, May 07, 2001 at 09:43:42AM +0200, CRS - Psy Sel/SPO, COUSSEMENT Christophe, CPN wrote:
> Hi Tim: > > I use for more than 6 month the excellent *free* editor *CRedit* by a guy > named Plamen: > > > > I've just check the site, but it seems to be done. Hope it will get better > soon... > > It has all the features you need, including REBOL support for > syntax-highlighting, split-screen, console redirection, macro's ... > > If you couldn't get it, I can mail it to you: the zip file is just 1MB big.
I would consider it quite a favor if you would send it to me. I see that the site is still off line. Thanks!!
> Although we're not working with the same audience, I'm concerned by the use > of REBOL for teaching purpose: I will have to teach REBOL to my dev team. > > I would be glad if you could keep me informed of the course-monography (I > don't know if it's the right English word for it) you could produce, > describing the learning stuff and the order you will use to teach your > students. > > Thanks in advance, > > chr==
It is probably accurate to say that this is "not" a class on rebol, but a class on introduction to programming using rebol. The distinctions are: 1)At the time of writing, I was myself learning rebol. I'm nowhere as knowledgeable as many on this list, although I've done some commercial work in rebol. The focus was on the more fundamental concepts that apply to all/most languages. 2)The class was just the first of a series of 4: Following are Python, perl, and C/C++. I felt that rebol would be the ideal first programming language. Personally, I would hope that rebol would be my "last" programming language, as it has become my vehicle of choice for development, but the idea was to turn out students with exposure to more than one language. I hope to eventually set up a more advanced class in rebol, but that is not yet agreed upon. -- Tim Johnson <[info--johnsons-web--com]> "My shroe, my shroe, my dingkom for a shroe!" --TheManWhoSpeaksInAnagrams (Monty Python)