Freebell help wanted!
[1/3] from: fsievert:uos at: 12-Mar-2002 11:30
Hi! Freebell (Open Source Interpreter written in Java) has moved to sourceforge. Now I am searching for people to help developing. You have two options to help. 1. Programming in Java. You can implement new functions, new datatypes, new features. You must register at sourceforge.net and send me an email with your unixname at sourceforge. I will add you to the project and you will be able to modify the sourcecode by using cvs. 2. Programming in Freebell (or REBOL) You can implement new meta-Functions (written in Freebell itself). Just go to http://freebell.sourceforge.net/ You will find the interpreter as an applet, you may want to use this applet to write your new functions. After that you can copy the sourcecode in a cgi-script (You can find the link at freebell.sourceforge.net, too) You need to register and can submit your functions there. You can also see all older versions of the meta-functions there. Just give it a try. Link: "Submit Freebell-Meta-Functions" QUESTIONS: [fsievert--uos--de] Thank you, Frank
[2/3] from: athiele:abraxis at: 12-Mar-2002 10:32
Where do you get the jar and/or source. I`m a java guy new to rebol. I think I can help.
[3/3] from: athiele::abraxis::com at: 12-Mar-2002 10:34
I got the jar with http://freebell.sourceforge.net/Freebell.jar . There is no link.