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LIQUID - core dataflow programming engine.
liquid.r
 discussion
v:0.8.1
64.9 KB
28 Mar 2009
Create procedural processing networks.
author: Maxim Olivier-Adlhoch
Mini-edit-do
mini-edit-do.r
 discussion
v:0.8.5
32.7 KB
17 Apr 2021
Helps test short programs (substitutes console)
author: Marco Antoniazzi
Archiver
archiver.rv:0.8.2
17.3 KB
21 Apr 2016
icon for archiver.rBackup files
author: Marco Antoniazzi
Blood
blood.rv:0.1.1
19.1 KB
7 Mar 2009
Usefull example to demo and learn how to use liquid.
author: Maxim Olivier-Adlhoch
Do-Thru
do-thru.r0.9 KB
16 Jun 2005
To 'do cache scripts with args
author: Allen Kamp
GLES and EGL library interface
gles-egl-h.rv:0.6.2
139.2 KB
28 Apr 2020
Use modern OpenGL with shaders
author: Marco Antoniazzi
Mem-Usage - a set of routines to test memory usage
mem2.rv:0.0.2
3.7 KB
24 Nov 2003
Functions to test memory usage
author: Romano Paolo Tenca
JS Promises
promises.rv:0.9.1
54.6 KB
28 Apr 2020
A Rebol-style implementation of JS Promises
author: Marco Antoniazzi
PhotoPoint
photopoint.rv:0.4.1
17.4 KB
13 Mar 2007
Combine GPS tracklog and jpeg/exif files to find out where digital photos were taken
author: Piotr Gapinski
RebHTTY
rebhtty.rv:0.2.1
5.9 KB
23 Jun 2011
HTTP console in REBOL like HTTY console in Ruby
author: RedChronicle
Remote file Utility
remote-file.rv:0.0.2
6.0 KB
25 Sep 2003
Exchange files over a network without ftp
author: Ingo Hohmann
DO-POP Scheme
do-pop-scheme.r
 documentation
7.3 KB
10 Jul 2005
A scheme to allow flexible POP3 operations.
author: Brett Handley
CASE multiple conditional function
case.r
 discussion
v:1.0.0
2.1 KB
27 Nov 2005
Provide a generalized multiple conditional function for situations that would otherwise call for deeply nested EITHER blocks. CASE is more general than SWITCH because the conditions can be any DO-able block rather than being based on a single value. This can be used simply to allow a SWITCH-like behavior that supports ranges instead of single [...]
author: Christopher M. Dicely
Global services module
glb.r
 documentation
14.3 KB
7 Nov 2011
This is an idea for packaging up code, plus some small demos of how to do various things, harvested from the cookbook and the mailing list. They are things that are done so often and in so many situations that the author found it helpful to package them up in a file of personal functions. All these techniques are shown in various places, but this [...]
author: Steven White
MakeDoc 2 - The REBOL Standard Document Formatter
makedoc2.r
 documentation
v:2.5.7
17.0 KB
10 Mar 2007
This is the official MakeDoc document formatter that is used by REBOL Technologies for all documentation. It is the fastest and easiest way to create good looking documentation using any text editor (even ones that do not auto-wrap text). It creates titles, headings, contents, bullets, numbered lists, indented examples, note blocks, and more. For documentation, [...]
author: Carl Sassenrath
RebGUI span Example
rebgui-sizing.r
 documentation
v:1.0.0
1.9 KB
5 Jun 2007
RebGUI tutorial; display images, with widget span and window resizing
author: Brian Tiffin
SQL PROTOCOL
sql-protocol.r
 discussion
 documentation
v:0.6.8
84.2 KB
3 Jan 2011
SQL-PROTOCOL is a SQL Relationnal Database Management System (RDBMS) entirely written in REBOL with JOIN and SORT capability. This allow you having an easy to use lightweight database engine embeded in your REBOL application. Today, sql-protocol execute only these kind of query : * SELECT ... FROM ... WHERE ... ORDER BY ... * INSERT ... INTO ... VALUES ... * [...]
author: marco
App Builder
appbuilder.r26.4 KB
16 Feb 2017
An app builder to help new students learn how to write Rebol code. To create a user interface for a new app, just point and click any GUI widget (button, text field, dropdown box, etc.). You'll be prompted to edit the properties of each added widget, and you can add actions which will run when the user interacts with the widget. Actions [...]
author: nick
EASY SERVICE
easy-service.rv:1.0.2
14.8 KB
16 Nov 2005
Easy-Service is a broker based on REBOL/Service which offer an easy way to write and the deploy distributed Rebol application. Easy-Service makes very easy to expose function written in Rebol like REBOL/Services. Thus, you can use these functions as if they were defined locally. In a distributed environment easy-service uses a simple [...]
author: marco
error-message-finder
error-message-finder.rv:1.0.0
5.7 KB
13 Mar 2003
find a text in all %.r files in directory, to look up rebol error-messages. presents all possibilities in nice gui.
author: Volker
REBOL Mezzanine Functions: Help
help.r6.5 KB
8 Dec 2006
enhance original help with a secure way of showing functions in paths of objects and ports and show information about ports similar to objects
author: [unknown]
rewrite-gfx
rewrite-gfx.rv:0.0.2
6.1 KB
2 Jan 2005
Using a (forth-featured) rewrite-grammar to plot recursive (turtle) graphics
author: Piotr Gapinski
CMS - web site builder
sitebuilder.cgi125.6 KB
22 Dec 2012
Easily create, edit, and arrange HTML pages on your web site. Upload existing content files or use the built-in WSYIWYG HTML editor (from openwebware.com) to layout pages visually, without having to write any code. It works just like a word processor, except it runs directly in your browser, right on your web site. You can adjust fonts, colors, and other [...]
author: nick
Dialect Object Model
rebol-dom.r
 discussion
 documentation
v:1.0
39.7 KB
14 May
Use a exstensible Rebol Markup function to parse DSL's that will return an easy to follow tagged key value Dialect Object Model that allow different DSL's, programming languages to work with or together through a Central Processing interpreter. Yes Rebol/Core. A demo example of a HTML DSL is parsed by the Dialect [...]
author: daniel murrill
updated: 15-May-2022
args - generic command-line argument parser.
args.r
 discussion
 documentation
v:0.1.10
29.9 KB
17 Dec 2008
End to end command-line argument management. Using a command-line description dialect parse a command-line and if its valid, construct a context which reflects it.
author: Maxim Olivier-Adlhoch