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From: belymt:saunalahti:fi at: 5-Jul-2002 22:01

At 19:41 5.7.2002 +0200, you wrote:
>Hi Alessandro, > >On Friday, July 05, 2002, 2:54:14 PM, you wrote: > >rei> 1) Rebol development kit (an example): >rei> 1a) Rebol/Core - FREE >rei> 1b) Rebol/View - FREE >rei> 1c) Rebol/View/Pro - $99 >rei> 1d) Rebol/Command - $500 (maybe included a Rebol editor, >rei> something like Komodo... see about Python). > >rei> 2) Rebol player (like Macromedia Flash player): >rei> * ALL FREE! Free distribution! Free-of-charge! My customers will >rei> * Be happy, since they will not pay for player. >rei> * I can distribute applications over Internet and let my >rei> customers use Rebol-GUI to access to my Internet site, and >rei> everything could be free-of-charge. I could even use encrypted >rei> communications, library and DB access, etc... Rebol full power! > >I only see one problem here: how would the player be different >from /View?
The way I see it, free Player should not have any interactive programing capability, just minimal ability to run exsting (compiled with decently priced Rebol/Compiler) scripts. I would prefer player to be as small, simple and easy to use as possible. And I hope it would contain those useful ViewPro features like crypto libs and sound.. And If it can't be free, let there be nice discounts for those who have purchased Rebol/Compiler .. 100USD/runtime is just asking too much when trying to push thru new technology to people who have used to GCC+Cygwin generated command line tools. . Joanna