I added the line 'system/schemes/ftp/passive: on' to a script and it seemed to work fine but when I encapped it I got an error: ** Script Error: Invalid path value: ftp ** Near: system/schemes/ftp/passive: on dump-obj: func [ "Returns a block of information about an object." obj [object!...
I'm encapping with enface
Never mind. I placed the line at the begining of script before including the sources...
A new SDK buyer facing the same inactivity by RT problem on rebolforum.com topic "No response from RT on Command SDK purchase???" Can you take care of the honours to inform Cindy, Bo?
I noticed just today that the R2 SDK is available for Macintosh (so it says on rebol.com), Does anyone know if it actually works? I would think that a purchased version might be a little better than the free version, but I would hate to spend $250 to find out it doesn't.
I don't think it will be any better, just adding SDK tools.
@Arnold: Just forwarded the message from RebolForum.com to Cindy about the Linux Command license.
She has been. She said she talked to Carl about it the other night.
rebol.net has been down quite a while now...this is bad. Carl has to give someone more active (less busy) access or release the site for someone else to manage.
Comments on the blog articles do not seem to be working either
Agreed. I'm working on it every time I see him (about once every month or two).
What's the best way to search a block of blocks for specific values. Is there a more efficient way other then looping through each block? would key-value scheme make it easier?
Sorry wronk group
anyone here have linux SDK building ability? or can give me a linux SDK download link... I need to encap stuff for linux.
I have a Linux SDK license, but haven't kept a Linux machine setup for a while.
Can anyone tell me if they were able to change the CONSOLE's title text using the SDK, once encapped.
the encap header entry:
Encap: [title "new title"]
doesn't seem to work for me... for the console... it works for the view menues
I am able to change everything... even the console's menu items and application information for the system (icon->right-click->properties) but can't seem to get the damned Console window to change its label when it opens up with an error...
I can change the title AFTER its opened (using easy win32 commands), but when it opens because of an error (like missing memory ) It always has a