I haven't, but I may. May not happen soon as I have a number of things going on in the next few days.
"I wonder why nobody did it yet then (overloading DO in R2 to add INCLUDE capabilities)."
I think because the more obvious solution is to actually bundle INCLUDE with the standard R2/R3 binaries.
I think Gregg has hit the nail on the head: one of the main reasons for _not_ using INCLUDE is a "no external dependencies" mindset. With INCLUDE being part of e.g. a standard R3 build, this mindset would be at ease.
The "no external dependencies" thing isn't really as big a deal for R3, as long as they're optional, only used by people who need them. But still, the only reason that include wasn't part of the community library is because we haven't set one of those up yet.
Ladislav's include has been the best candidate to be the new prebol for R3. It does basically the same thing without the bugs :)
And more :)
"Why is everyone trying to tell me I'm not having these issues." - You're misunderstanding there, we're telling you WE never had those issues.
If you use Encap, you cannot use #[...] notation, that simply doesn't work. In the same way, if you evaluate stuff in your preprocessor, so that you expect to end up with real NONE! values in your blocks (for eg.), that won't work.
Does anyone know whether there are plans to lower the SDK price?
For R2? Doubtful anything will change. Cindy has an account here now, so your timing could be great, if she can provide authoritative info.
Thanks for the info.
Unbelievably embarrassing. As a mostly Linux user, I have misplaced my Windows sdk license key purchased a few years ago and I cannot see an active email on Rebol.com to request a replacement. Does anyone know how I could contact them to request a replacement?
Cindy is on this world now, you could send her a private message.
Ah, thanks Gregg, I'll do that.
they're the same as the linux one
one code works on all platforms as far as I know
They didn't use to, they used to be separate. I used to have a Windows-only code, but they made it all-platform as a favor.