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[REBOL] Re: Some Questions about Rebol/IOS

From: volker::nitsch::gmail::com at: 14-Apr-2005 18:51

Its "that hurts". in the little right-bottom status-field. the typical error-message. you have send the server something in the wrong format usually. or it has an error in its registry or something like this. about insert-notify: Steve (efishant) has a demo in his second nanosheet-article: 5. Extending Nano-Sheets with Multi User Collaboration and Interacting with Other Programs (the first nanosheet-article is here: ) On 4/14/05, Anton Rolls <[antonr--lexicon--net]> wrote:
> Hi Riccardo, > > 1) I haven't done much IOS programming, but I've looked at the > insert-notify > function. I am not sure which IOS server you are connecting to, but if I > connect to "Developer", I can click on Applications, then right-click and > "Edit" the Conference app. Conference's code has four examples of the > INSERT-NOTIFY function. > At the moment I am not aware of the docs specifying the known event types > and > data "specifiers" that you can ask for. Someone else here might have a list > of the known ones. You could recurse your IOS directory searching for files > containing "insert-notify" and see all the used ones. > > Oh yes, you can also open Link's console (in Utilities/Console) then type: > > =09?? insert-notify > > to see the (very short) source code, to have a better idea what it does. > (...or maybe not ;) > > 3) I have no idea what you mean. I've never seen "THAT HURST". Can you > supply a > screenshot ? What server are you connecting to ? > > Anton. > > > Hi there, i'm new in Rebol/IOS and, for now, i've only tree questions.... > > > > 1)How to use the Insert-notify func. > > 2)How to enter in Alt-me Rebol3. > > 3)What's the mean of THAT HURST message in the connection info bar. > > > > Best Regards Riccardo > > -- > To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to > lists at with unsubscribe as the subject. >
-- -Volker Any problem in computer science can be solved with another layer of indirection. But that usually will create another problem. David Wheeler