REBOL [weekend reading] REBOL on the web
[1/2] from: SunandaDH:aol at: 7-Feb-2004 5:07
A few mentions of REBOL I've come across recently. Some of them make interesting and encouraging reading. http://www.boxesandarrows.com/archives/large/003288.php?page=discuss Discussion of article titled "HTML's Time is Over. Let's Move On." If [RT] decide to put the needs of mainstream users ahead of eccentric developers and fringe OS zealots, they might emerge as a serious contender. .. .. .. http://www.winbatch.com/whitepapers/automation_software_compar.html A not very accurate characterisation of REBOL ("probably does not have file read/write or text processing") .. .. .. singe.rucus.net/thesis.pdf (550K) The one area where [the application] deviated from the constraints [to be open source] is the use of REBOL which incurs a small cost for commercial use. However, this choice is justified given the power that REBOL affords. .. .. .. www.e-ifi.org/rivf2003/proceedings/p99-103.pdf (160K) Overview of Game Theory and Using to Model the Knowledge of Multi-Agent System -- spot the VID screens cut'n'pasted into this paper. .. .. .. http://www.scriptol.org/choose.php REBOL makes it into "the complete list" of "popular languages" :-) Happy reading, Sunanda.
[2/2] from: jason::cunliffe::verizon::net at: 7-Feb-2004 11:21
> A few mentions of REBOL I've come across recently. Some of them make > interesting and encouraging reading.
Good links.. Thanks :-) - Jason