actually, I do not write these #rebol -s %incl.r "...", I just click on the file
and to encap it, I use right-click
...and it does not work just in Windows, the same holds for Linux
I run all my REBOL scripts using F10 key from my code editor (which launches "rebol -s" on the script), having to use a wrapper script won't fit well my way of working. F11 encaps the current script directly with /Pro, F12 encaps it with /CommandView. :-)
that is not a problem, why there is any problem in using rebol -s %incl instead of rebol -s?
I guess I shouldn't be able to use %do on any such script from console anymore?
sorry: do instead of %do
just use INCLUDE
(it actually even finds the script for you, as opposed to DO which does not have a search capability)
for example, I write:
and do not care where the script is, since INCLUDE finds it for me
How does it avoid collisions between similar script names in different include folders?