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possible rebol projects ...

 [1/17] from: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 14-May-2001 15:40


Hi, OK, so what could become possible rebol projects and what is the state of current ones? current projects: - SWIS - windowing system - or simply said - REBOS - Rebol emailer - almost dead ... - Rebol Oscar - no significant progress and - we should concentrate on adding value to current rebol products ... - Andrew Martin - some of dialects, eText for e.g., component system - still in development ... - Some french site - site builder - haven't looked deeply into it, but it could be base source for web portal builders - eRebol.com - link to mySQL - via library interface - DocKimbell - mySQL free protocol scheme, working on FastCGI implementation ... possible projects: - wrappers to some usefull libraries, e.g. some multiplatform multimedia, math ones ... (maybe in some future RT will free library components to all users ... I just wonder, if it would be possible to develop some kind of object code, e.g. wrapper to library, which could be run under View (not Pro) - not requiring to buy Pro Key. The key would be needed to develop the component (module) though ... - XML tools, protocols (SOAP, XML RPC), Jabber - simply said - linkage to outer world of de-facto standards ... - data browser with proper caching - dialect based protocols (exchange of configuration objects first, then further communication in dialect) others? what we expect from RT?: - making lots of money :-) - modules - components (per component pricing) - threading - improvements to parser as proposed some time back - async networking -pekr-

 [2/17] from: m:koopmans2:chello:nl at: 14-May-2001 18:21


And coming soon to an erebol near you: - Internationalization - A message request broker These two are inished but I can't ind the time to deploy. The request broker utilizes async I/O. Next on my list: - RIDE: Rebol IDE Thanks, Maarten

 [3/17] from: cyphre:volny:cz at: 14-May-2001 18:41


I would like "resurect" my old project MERCHANT - an ultimate e-shopping system. The new improved version will be powered(part of?) by SWIS ;-). regards Cyphre

 [4/17] from: chris:starforge at: 14-May-2001 17:45


#14-May-01# Message from *Petr Krenzelok*: Hi Petr,
> Hi, > OK, so what could become possible rebol projects and what is the state > of current ones? > current projects:
ROACH, the RebOl Assisted Critter Hunter - a web-based bug report and tracking utility. Currently undergoing testing (code is 90% complete, no search function), but an older version can be viewed at http://www.starforge.co.uk/scgi-bin/roach.cgi Will probably be GNU GPLed.. I'll do a proper announcement when it's ready for primetime... Chris -- New sig in the works Explorer 2260, Designer and Coder http://www.starforge.co.uk -- Things I'd Do If I Ever Became An Evil Overlord 78. I will not tell my Legions of Terror ``And he must be taken alive!'' The command will be ``And try to take him alive if it is reasonably practical.''

 [5/17] from: rishioswal:ya:hoo at: 14-May-2001 14:26


I would like to see icq or AIM or yahoo messenger written in rebol...or is that what jabber is? Also, i'm wondering what you meant by site-builder being some french site? I'm not french.. Anyway, it was a tool i did to help build web pages for a class based on a template. I'm thinking about making a general purpose site build/update tool based on user defined html/javascript template. Probably do it over summer but any ideas/suggestions would be great.. code in "rishio" folder. rishi --- Petr Krenzelok <[Petr--Krenzelok--trz--cz]> wrote:

 [6/17] from: gchiu:compkarori at: 15-May-2001 10:19


On Mon, 14 May 2001 14:26:18 -0700 (PDT) Rishi Oswal <[rishioswal--yahoo--com]> wrote:
> Also, i'm wondering what you meant by site-builder > being some french site? I'm not french..
http://d2set.free.fr/en/projects/site/RebolSiteBuilder/ There looks to be several site-builder prgms -- Graham Chiu

 [7/17] from: slok00:ya:hoo at: 14-May-2001 19:54


one possible project that I'm thinking of.. 1. Contact Mgnt System - offline mode, user will save data on laptop or machine when not connected to a network - online mode, user will save data to server database when connected to network - synchronise, system will sync any changes made when user is offline and update also any changes on the server side - include some file attachement capabilities I'm still not sure whether Rebol will be suited for this... but it is defintely something that I wanted to work on for a long time. Perhaps a mix of Rebol and other technologies will be the approach. Just a thought YekSoon --- Petr Krenzelok <[Petr--Krenzelok--trz--cz]> wrote:
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 [8/17] from: rishioswal::yahoo at: 14-May-2001 22:44


hi. did you know that rebodex fulfills the first 3 requirements you listed (by modifying one line of code)? I have it set-up to save my names on my server. it syncs everytime i start it up. and it also works offline. Best part is i can go to any machine with rebol and access my phonebook. It would be nice to see a souped up version...i recommend starting with it... rishi --- Lok Yek Soon <[slok00--yahoo--com]> wrote:

 [9/17] from: coussement::c::itc::mil::be at: 15-May-2001 8:53


> Hi, > > OK, so what could become possible rebol projects and what is the state > of current ones? > > current projects: > > possible projects: > > others?
[ I would like to make my OODB project live again. I should get some time for it now, and will begin soon... chr== ]

 [10/17] from: al:bri:xtra at: 15-May-2001 19:11


Lok Yek Soon wrote:
> one possible project that I'm thinking of.. > > 1. Contact Mgnt System
I believe that Rebol Express (Link and Serve) all ready covers a lot of this ground. Andrew Martin ICQ: 26227169

 [11/17] from: pa:russo:perd at: 15-May-2001 9:22


>one possible project that I'm thinking of.. >1. Contact Mgnt System
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>server side >- include some file attachement capabilities
You should have a look at REBOL/Express. You're speaking about its main features. -- Paolo Russo [pa--russo--perd--com] _________________ PERD s.r.l. Virtual Technologies for Real Solutions http://www.perd.com

 [12/17] from: slok00::yahoo at: 15-May-2001 1:08


unfortunately, REBOL/Express is a commercial product. it will be difficult for me (an individual) to spend that amount of money... nonetheless, it is definitely interesting to know that the sync features I'm looking for is avail. from Rebol. I will probably keep this in mind and should there be sponsors for such a project, I might then recommend use of Rebol. YekSoon --- Paolo Russo <[pa--russo--perd--com]> wrote:

 [13/17] from: al:bri:xtra at: 15-May-2001 20:32


> > others? > [ > I would like to make my OODB project live again. I should get some time
for it now, and will begin soon... I'd like to write a Rebol dialect for creating tables and nested tree-like structures, sort of like a SQL language but more powerfull, so that GUIs and printouts can be created from the data structures with minimal human intervention (basically point and click -- not point and click and edit and point and click and type in a text name etc.) Andrew Martin ICQ: 26227169 http://members.nbci.com/AndrewMartin/

 [14/17] from: al:bri:xtra at: 15-May-2001 20:48


> > - Andrew Martin - some of dialects, eText for e.g., component system -
still in development ... And don't forget latest: Web site generator (no neat name yet) Generates complete web site from plain text files, with embedded rebol script, with templates, summaries, automatically created indexes and lots of other neat stuff. Andrew Martin ICQ: 26227169 http://members.nbci.com/AndrewMartin/

 [15/17] from: robert:muench:robertmuench at: 15-May-2001 15:29


> -----Original Message----- > From: [rebol-bounce--rebol--com] [mailto:[rebol-bounce--rebol--com]]On Behalf Of
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> that GUIs and > printouts can be created from the data structures with ...
Hi, just to give a short idea squeeze for this: Would it be possible to use a graph/net approach? This is more flexible than a tree. Robert

 [16/17] from: dockimbel:free at: 15-May-2001 23:03


Hi All, Petr Krenzelok wrote:
> Hi, > > OK, so what could become possible rebol projects and what is the state > of current ones? > > current projects:
[...]
> - DocKimbell - mySQL free protocol scheme, working on FastCGI > implementation ...
[...] RT announced recently that /Command2.0 will include FastCGI support, so my FastCGI implementation will remain private and won't be published. (BTW, it's still in early alpha). Regards, DocKimbel.

 [17/17] from: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 15-May-2001 23:22


----- Original Message ----- From: "Nenad Rakocevic" <[dockimbel--free--fr]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2001 11:03 PM Subject: [REBOL] Re: possible rebol projects ...
> Hi All, > Petr Krenzelok wrote:
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> FastCGI implementation will remain private and won't be published. > (BTW, it's still in early alpha).
Ah, so semi profi Rebol server usage is dead once again? /Command costs much money, will not buy it untill I need it commercially ... Is there any possibility of /Core/pro library linkage to fastCGI architecture? Thanks, -pekr-

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