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Compiling REN-C and making some changes

So downloading the source from the repository page https://github.com/metaeducation/ren-c And follow the instructions (we are all on Linux now right!?) in the readme.md file. If this is your first time you should add a mkdir build before doing the cd … Continue reading

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GTK test compilation in C, Gnome examples

So on the road to create a GUI for REN-C. Chosen for GTK as a first target. Taking the smallest steps possible to get a deep understanding of the nature of that beast. Followed the steps on https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/gtk-getting-started.html to get … Continue reading

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FizzBuzz in REN-C for CGI realized!

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During the Philadelphia Rebol Conference lead REN-C developer Brian “HostileFork” Dickens presented this REN-C version of the classic programming task of “Fizz Buzz”. I decided to use REN-C as a new means of producing CGI output on the site. After … Continue reading

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Gelukkig 2020!

Dit wordt weer een superjaar, vol met verrassingen! Veel geluk en gezondheid gewenst namens ons allemaal!

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Leve de wintertijd! Alle voordelen van wintertijd, ook in de zomer, op een rij.

Zomertijd is leuk, maar de zomer wordt alleen maar beter als de klok geen uur vooruit hoeft. De tijd heet wintertijd maar is eigenlijk de gewone tijd. Laten we even de voordelen van het afschaffen van ‘zomertijd’ op een rij zetten… Continue reading

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R3N ready for 2018!

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

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Interesting Functional Programming video and booklink saved in a blog article

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

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Red for community development

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

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R3N, the new beginning

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

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R3N taking control of Open Sourced Rebol 3

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

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