[REBOL] Re: Treepad?
From: ryanc:iesco-dms at: 28-Sep-2001 9:39
Underneath the hood it sounds like a good way to handle it, but it does not seem
a sensible methodology at this time if you are unable to classify the categories
to produce a tree (of some sort). Tree's are just an excellent way to classify
things for a graphical world. Although such an approach does make sense with
less limited interfaces, such as voice or keyboard.
Ammon Cooke wrote:
> You sparked a thought. If you want a truly 100% flexible system consider
> AmiDE (Amiga Digital Environment), designed to replace every OS, has a
> unique file system. Its basic features are these:
> It has no *folders* (drawers if you are an Amigan). I has queries.
> files reside on the disk, not in folders. On creation of a 'file' you have
> the option of naming multiple catagories (you must name at least one). For
> example I am creating a REBOL script, It is for a particular customer, so
> add the customer as the primary catagory, it is also a REBOL Script, I want
> it in the REBOL Scripts catagory. Now that gives me full access to the
> same script from two different locations. It allows me to find what I am
> looking for either by querying all of the REBOL Scripts, or by querying the
> company name. ;)
> Isn't it beautiful?
> PS if you want more detailed information:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Robert M. Muench" <[robert--muench--robertmuench--de]>
> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]>
> Sent: Friday, September 28, 2001 2:24 AM
> Subject: [REBOL] Re: Treepad?
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: [rebol-bounce--rebol--com] [mailto:[rebol-bounce--rebol--com]]On Behalf Of
> > > G. Edw. Learned
> > > Sent: Friday, September 28, 2001 4:20 AM
> > > To: Rebol Mailing List
> > > Subject: [REBOL] Treepad?
> > > As I learn more about REBOL, it seems ideal for creating an information
> > > repository tool, similar to treepad, ( http://www.treepad.com ), but
> > > extensible. I'm curious if anyone has undertaken anything like that yet.
> > Hi, I'm thinking about such a thing but no action taken yet. What I don't
> > is the tree concept, it's to restrictive. A net (graph) approach is IMO a
> > way to go. Than it's possible to store one file at several different nodes
> > This makes live easier as you might use a different entry point to the
> > depending on the information you want to find/access etc. Did you had a
> look at
> > http://www.thebrain.com already? Robert
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