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the answers/ REBOL in a Corporate Context

 [1/3] from: dvydra2::yahoo::com at: 28-Mar-2001 13:48

All, As a corporate developer (at least during the day :) ), I would like to propose that ActiveX and Java may indeed play a role in REBOL's future. What is the big deal about wrapping REBOL inside an ActiveX component? AFAIK its a pretty non-intrusive procedure? What about calling out to ActiveX since REBOL already loads dynamic libraries. Regarding Java -- many people still think of it as a programming language, but in many contexts it is the operating system for modern business applications -- the Application Server. So porting REBOL to Java just adds another platform. Speaking of platforms, any ideas on a REBOL port to MS .NET? David --- Gabriele Santilli <[g--santilli--tiscalinet--it]> wrote:
> laplace wrote: > > I don't think a language can compete in business
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 [2/3] from: bo:rebol at: 28-Mar-2001 15:37

David, With View/Pro, you should be able to call out to ActiveX using the shared library feature. There should be ways to communicate with Java using the same method. -Bo On 28-Mar-2001/13:48:53-8:00, [dvydra2--yahoo--com] wrote:
>All, >As a corporate developer (at least during the day :)
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>..NET? >David
-- Bohdan "Bo" Lechnowsky REBOL Adventure Guide REBOL Technologies 707-467-8000 ( The Official Source for REBOL Books (

 [3/3] from: warp:reboot:ch at: 29-Mar-2001 5:36

are plug-ins like quicktime supported in View/Pro or /Link ?? Thank You, Will Arp

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