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[REBOL] Re: Re licence.key for SDK

From: compkarori::gmail at: 22-May-2008 15:44

You need to purchase a license key. If you don't need SSL, ODBC then the free /Pro versions will allow you to evaluate. On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 3:31 PM, Srini Iyengar <> wrote:
> Hi, > > My name is Srini Iyengar and I am an independent software consultant, > currently in Mumbai, India. I am quite impressed with Rebol and I need to > evaluate Rebol Command/SDK. For this, do I need to buy Command/SDK or is it > possible to get a free licence.key file? I've downloaded the zip file for > Version 2.7.6. > > Only after evaluation and developing a small application myself (web-based > and Client-Server based), will I be in a position to recommend Rebol to my > clients in India. > > I think Rebol is a very exciting and promising approach, refreshingly > different from the current approaches, to software development and > maintenance. It gives the developer the freedom and space to do what he/she > wants to do, without getting bogged down by 'other factors'. > > The VID dialect, though good, misses out on some fundamental widgets that > are taken for granted by the industry like tree-control, grids, etc. > > I've been trying to get in touch with your office (by phone) and sent emails > also, without any response for more than 10 days. I would appreciate it, if > someone from your office responds to this email, at least.... > > Could you also let me know if Rebol 2.7.6 supports tree-controls > (commercial or free) or is there an alternative way of producing the same > functionality in Rebol? > > I would also need to test out access to databases (SqlServer, SqlLite) over > the web and client-server also. > > Any inputs in this regard would be most welcome..... > > Thank you, > > Regards, > > Srini Iyengar > > -- > To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to > lists at with unsubscribe as the subject. >
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