Best wishes to all for 2018 for starters! Yes you read it right, REN-C will be ready for 2018. At least that is what the community mambers are now preparing for. As soon as it is 2018 a commitment starts … Continue reading
Recently I watched a talk from 2014 At 11.22 a book is recommended, a very nice book that you can find here. The book uses LISP (or more precise Scheme), a language famous for its parenthesis. But it actually has … Continue reading
Again some initiative. This time it is this friendly fork of a great programming language Red. I already had a fork and it was fine. Other people have a fork and that is fine too. But there is no place … Continue reading
R3N, Some weeks ago I wrote here that I started R3N at github. Activity has been around and the repository has been taken in use for hosting the REN-C branch of the open sourced Rebol 3. Also documents have been … Continue reading
What is that? R3N? Maybe you are aware of the open sourcing of Rebol on 12-12-2012. The sources to an incomplete Rebol3 that used to be in development were given a chance to survive. There was much enthousiasm but when … Continue reading
Je moet gaan stemmen op 15 maart! Denk aan het verhogen van de kiesdrempel!
Leg je paspoort of ID kaart en je stembiljet vast klaar. Continue reading
DELINE and ENLINE need a proper SPLIT functionality like R3 has.
Also there is another issue of how to return different types of data from a native function as there are no examples in the present natives that make this really clear how to do. Read on… Continue reading
Do I really need to give any advice in this???? YES YES YES to the BREXIT!!!! Don’t come to me complaining after you did not follow this advice! 😉
The testing goes on. Focussing on /with and in particular the char case now. So now we have this code deline*: func [ check? [logic!] _with [integer!] ;– with is reserved lines [integer!] /local data [red-string!] buffer [red-string!] val [red-value!] … Continue reading
Hi, This is Part 2 yes, the previous post was Part 1 but I did not call it that. So now we proceed and make a first version for trying out, we add to runtime\macros.reds in #enum natives! after last … Continue reading