[REBOL] Re: Hacking 32-bit rebol for 64-bit ubuntu
From: tim-johnsons::web::com at: 25-May-2007 8:49
On Friday 25 May 2007 16:26, Gregg Irwin wrote:
> It seems that the portability is there, if you could hack the binary
> in a couple places to make it work. :) Also, even though I'll probably
> complain loudly when REBOL doesn't work on a platform I need it on,
> portability doesn't mean always available on every platform.
Not keeping up ubuntu distros would be a *serious* omission..
> That said, I think it would be good for RT to have someone on the
> inside that deals with issues like this, and charges a fee to build
> REBOL for a particular platform upon request. The service fee would
> vary, based on how much work needed to be done and the desired
> timeframe. In a case like this, your fee should be low because a) the
> fix is easy, and b) you did the work to find out what needed to be
OK then, should I send RT a bill because I got this to work?
Just kidding - well, sort of kidding. I would not pay for such a
build because ubuntu is so widely used. I'd quit using rebol first.
It isn't the only game in town.
Maybe rebol should go full open source, like mysql. I'm mentioning mysql
because it is an open source model that seems to make money for its
Tim Johnson <tim-johnsons-web.com>
Palmer, Alaska, USA