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[REBOL] Re: embed rebol in html

From: jason:cunliffe:verizon at: 21-Aug-2002 17:33

aah .. Sorry Maarten I had forgotten about erebol. I gather the best place to get it now is: as part of the mighty handy 'Rebol Standard Library 1.000' ? For the new 'build-markup' - Where are there any docs on it ? Magic! is designed to be used with Apache. Pages containing <REBOL></REBOL> tags are thus named .rhtml and Apache config picks them up and passes the page for processing. I like this .rhtml scheme as its easy to know what pages are what. Magic! adds some features: passing values from HTML forms, security settings to control which folders are accessible, named library path function, cookie control, and MIME header redefinition. For comparison, I'd be interested to learn more precisely about erebol installation and your thoughts about various approaches/pros/cons for rebol server side scripting. I am a big fan of Vanilla, so I am interested to integrate this functionality there. Vanilla already does all sorts of clever server side scripting, but the current version defers to use call its own 'dynasnips' which require full FTP access to install as modular library. Regular Vanilla users thus can call dynasnips, but not create them. Direct tagged scripting like this in Vanilla would be very helpful for through-the-web scripting, provided one can manage permissions in a suitable fashion to match user and system status. thanks ./Jason