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 [1/8] from: media::quazart::com at: 26-Oct-2001 15:48


Hi, Has anyone built an object navigator?... -thanks

 [2/8] from: ammonjohnson:yah:oo at: 26-Oct-2001 15:01


Yes! that is up & coming in RIDE beta release, SOON... Enjoy!! Ammon

 [3/8] from: greggirwin:mindspring at: 26-Oct-2001 14:36


<< Has anyone built an object navigator?... >> There is an old sample (Jeff, Bo, or Holger did it maybe) of a treeview that let's you browse the system, and I think Bo did a Core version that was menu driven. I've built an object borwser, of sorts, for which Ammon has been kind enough to act as a guniea pig. I know he has lots of other stuff cooking, so hopefully he'll chime in here and let us know what his status is. --Gregg

 [4/8] from: ammonjohnson:yaho:o at: 26-Oct-2001 16:37


Yes, Gregg has done well. We have been shooting for the end of the month for a release of RIDE (REBOL Integrated/Internet Development Environment), But have had some trouble getting things going. Release will be ASAP, a week, maybe two. Enjoy!! Ammon PS, this object browser will allow you to browse *ANY* object that is currently defined, while Carl's/Holger's only browses the system object (as far as I can tell). We are working on a solution that will allow you to actually edit the value of a given word in a given object as part of the developement. Other features such as the possibility of searching for a word in the object tree will be driven by user demand.

 [5/8] from: etienne:alaurent:free at: 26-Oct-2001 23:48


Hi, Ammon, Ammon Johnson wrote:
>Yes, Gregg has done well. We have been shooting for the end of the month >for a release of RIDE (REBOL Integrated/Internet Development Environment),
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>developement. Other features such as the possibility of searching for a >word in the object tree will be driven by user demand.
If my object's structure contains for instance an objects list, may I browse every object in this list with RIDE ? -- regards. --- Etienne

 [6/8] from: ammonjohnson:y:ahoo at: 26-Oct-2001 18:01


If I understand your question, YES! RIDE only uses one word in the global context, but it contains many words inside of itself. Each of those words, & thier values are browsable. Enjoy!! Ammon

 [7/8] from: chrismorency:videotron:ca at: 26-Oct-2001 19:59


Hi Ammon,
> Yes, Gregg has done well. We have been shooting for the end of the month > for a release of RIDE (REBOL Integrated/Internet Development Environment), > But have had some trouble getting things going. Release will be ASAP, a > week, maybe two.
Hmm, maybe we should join efforts in some way, my RECOIL (Rebol Extended Class Object Inheritance Library) (still under development) is going great and it would be nice for both project to be compatible ;).
> Other features such as the possibility of searching for a > word in the object tree will be driven by user demand.
I've actually implemented this too... and other things... we should get in contact. Best, Chris

 [8/8] from: ingo:2b1 at: 27-Oct-2001 12:37


Hi Media, Once upon a time Media spoketh thus:
> Hi, > > Has anyone built an object navigator?... >> help system
object with fields: version (tuple) 1.2.1.4.2 build (date) 21-Jun-2001/10:34:57-7:00 product (word) View components (block) [protocols make object! [ Titl ... words (object) ... license (string) { REBOL End User License Agree ... options (object) ... user (object) ... script (object) ... console (object) ... ports (object) ... network (object) ... schemes (object) ... error (object) ... standard (object) ... view (object) ... stats (native) System statistics. Default is ... locale (object) ... user-license (object) ...
>> help system/console
Valid subpath "system/console" is: object with fields: history (block) ["help system/console" "help s ... keys (none) none prompt (string) ">> " result (string) "== " escape (string) "(escape)" busy (string) "|/-\" tab-size (integer) 4 break (logic) true
>>
and so on ... You can get it here: http://www.h-o-h.org/patches.r kind regards, Ingo

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