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[REBOL] Re: Novice Amiga Reboler needs help

From: chris:ross-gill at: 3-Mar-2003 10:14

Hi Jay,
> My user name is in this e-mail in the header's From: line, so it's no > secret. But, where does a password/passwords go in the user.r?
If you really want to store your email password in %user.r, you can add the following lines: system/schemes/pop/user: "username" system/schemes/pop/pass: "password" Then you can open a mailbox like so: mailbox: open [scheme: 'pop] If you don't include your email password in %user.r, it is simple enough to open the mailbox like so: mailbox: open [scheme: 'pop user: "username" pass: "password"] If you don't want your password stored anywhere, you could prompt for entry: mailbox: open [scheme: 'pop user: "username" pass: ask "Password? "]
> *Script: "REBOL Extended Definitions" (24-Jan-2000/2:53:35)* > *Script: "User Preferences" (26-Feb-2003/0:22:12-6:00)* > * /could not be evaluated.*/ > *>>*
I get this when launching from the icon, but not when running from the shell (which is where I usually run it from). Not quite sure what it is for, but setting a Rebol header in the tool type gets rid of it... Anyone? Tooltypes REBOL []
> I do feel a little bit uncomfortable seeing that the latest version of > Rebol, in its icon .info file, has a date in 2001 that is prior to the > release of the latest version of the AmigaOS, version 3.9 + BB2 (Boing Bag > 2), which was released in 2002.
Afaik, the Amiga version is in sync with all official releases, though not Beta releases. I've been using Core and View occasionally on OS 3.5 albeit on WinUAE and without running the aforementioned apps. - Chris