Leo was Re: Byte on Mac OS X (and Rebol too)
[1/1] from: gchiu::compkarori::co::nz at: 28-Sep-2002 20:54
On Sat, 28 Sep 2002 06:34:59 +0200 "Paolo Russo" <[pa--russo--perd--com]> wrote:
>I just found this one on byte.com: ><http://www.byte.com/documents/s=7620/byt1032475416823/0923_bar.html> >It speaks about the "switching" of a Linux guru to Mac OS >X. And there is >a quick citation of Rebol, too. >I think RT should have something to think about...
Moshe has been using Rebol for a while now. He emailed me a couple of years ago requesting help with one of my undocumented scripts :) On a related note, I had a look at Leo. The jargon is a little confusing, but once you get the hang of it, it does seem a great way of writing scripts with embedded documentation. If one were to store Rebol scripts in Leo format in the library, we would need a way to cleanly expand/collapse the nodes in a browser, and to extract (tangle) the source code of the rebol script without everyone having to have Leo on their own systems. The latter could readily be done with a Rebol cgi script. -- Graham Chiu