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[REBOL] Re: Command 2 questions

From: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 26-May-2001 18:13

----- Original Message ----- From: "Holger Kruse" <[holger--rebol--com]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Saturday, May 26, 2001 4:22 PM Subject: [REBOL] Re: Command 2 questions
> On Sat, May 26, 2001 at 11:33:50AM +0200, Maarten Koopmans wrote: > > RT heroes, > > > > Congrats on the 2.0 release. > > Thanks. > > > Some questions: > > > > - Is the MySQL 3 binding available as some sort of protocol, or do you
> > the C libs installed. (In the latter case, did I give you inspiration?) > > It does not require any C libraries. It is implemented as a mysql://
> used in the same way as other database schemes, and talks to the database > server through a TCP port. As for inspiration, Sterling should answer
> He wrote the MySQL scheme.
Is there any native support inside rebol binary (similar as encyption scheme), or just is it plain script implementation (similar to DocKimbel's one in principle)?
> > - Will you add MySQL support to Core/Pro and View/Pro as well? It is
> > there via me ( so, why not? > > Probably not. A product definition thing... Database support is one of the > features that sets /Command apart from /Pro.
.. correct ... just take care to keep licencing policy simple any clear, please. There are several of Rebol products already out, containing various features, I just wonder, how do you want to keep them all consistently updated. The sooner we will have component system, the better, as then questions as above one from Marteen) will become history - I will just buy mySQL component and will be able to use it from Core to View :-) The question also is - that once component system is available, there will be no View, no Command, just kernel - Core, with components around ... btw: are there any discounts, when buying Command for let's say Win32 and Linux platforms? btw2: :-) re font engine - does Win version of Command contain the same limitation - no VID, no text? If so - why should Win Command users suffer from some Unix architecture "nonsense"? ;-) -pekr-