[REBOL] Fwd: Re: Re: RFC: Rebol Framework
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Subject: Re: [REBOL] Re: RFC: Rebol Framework
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Hi Robert and All,
I am new in Rebol but as far as I understand the Rebol Framework idea from
Robert seems terrific to me regarding Associative Model of Data concept.
If I understand well, the concept is invented by Simon Williams from
Lazy Software http://www.lazysoftware.com. This concept seems provide another
abstrcation level to a database. Lazy Software has implemented already the
products like Sentence and Sentence/View with the concept. These product
is developped with Java as a Servlet running on Application servers Tomcat,
Websphere, etc.. These products provide mainly two functions: Data persistence
and a development tool exploiting the concept.
I don't yet understand very well what Robert is trying to do, but if he is
trying to implement the AMD concept with Rebol,so this is the killer Framework
;-)). Congratulation for your effort Robert!
Robert, I know that you work hard to implement this, I don't want to disturb
to explain me more.
I join our fellows Scott, Petr and Gerard to back you. I am new in Rebol, may
I can help to test your framework.. ( So far, I got the same experience with
your framework than Scott and Petr)..
PS. Many documents/white paper about Assoctiative Model of data can be found at
Simon Williams has written also a book "The Associative Model of Data" you can
--- "G. Scott Jones" <[gscottjones--mchsi--com]> a écrit : > From: "Petr