[REBOL] Re: Rebol Server Pages
From: bo:rebol at: 3-Nov-2000 9:58
On my webserver that handles embedded REBOL (I'm not sure if this is the
same as your .RSP idea), it is as simple as this:
<H1>Bo's embedded REBOL example</H1>
<P>The time is <REBOL>output now</REBOL>
<P>This webserver is running on REBOL/<REBOL>
output [system/product system/version]
I've done much more complex things with it in the past like building HTML
tables on the fly from dynamic data, etc. I like to keep it clean looking.
Just a thought!
On 3-Nov-2000/8:56:18-7:00, [Al--Bri--xtra--co--nz] wrote:
>Rebol Server Pages could be implemented like this:
>*.RSP is the file name extension. RSP: Rebol Server Pages.
>The embedded Rebol script in the .RSP would look like this:
><head><title><%: Title: "Rebol Server Pages test" %></title>
><h1><%: Title %></h1>
>The date and time at the server is: <%: now %>. <br>
>There should be four "Hello"'s following this:
><% for i 4 1 -1 [
> %><h<%: i %>>Hello</h<%: i %>><%
> ] %>
>"<%" opens a tag that contain Rebol script that doesn't need it's value
>embedded in the resulting HTML code.
>"<%:" opens a tag that contains Rebol script that should be converted to a
>string and embedded in the resulting HTML code.
>"%>" closes either of the above tags.
>The implementation of the above could occur in a object, like this:
>RSP: make object! [
> prin "<html><CTRL>/<head><title>"
> prin Title: "Rebol Server Pages test"
> prin "</title><CTRL>/<body><CTRL>/<h1>"
> prin Title
> prin "</h1><CTRL>/The date and time at the server is: "
> prin now
> prin ">. <br><CTRL>/There should be four "Hello"'s following this:"
> for i 4 1 -1 [
> prin "<h"
> prin i
> prin ">Hello</h"
> prin i
> prin "</body><CTRL>/</html>"
>Hmmmm, and after painstakingly writing out all those 'prin, it might be
>easier to rewrite it into a block suitable for 'rejoin.
>Also the above object/block would predefine 'set, 'prin, 'print and maybe
>'system to mean other things.
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