I could but I would think that would disrupt the development discussions
I wonder if there's any point in have a Rebol2 interpreter online as well to compare differences .. most of the newbies are downloading R2
It's there; you can use it straight away
It's a good idea to have R2 evaluation as well, but I would default to R3 .
Wouldn't the issues on GitHub be a better place for suggestions or improvements. RebolBot issues could be prefixed with [RebolBot][wish/bug/etc]
not everyone has a github account .. so those that don't can post here.
You're right, but it should probably still the the official place to track issue, no? I mean as opposed to this being the place. I would hope that non-Rebol (and maybe non-dev) people take some interest in the bot and I don't know how much sense it would make to have them come here to log issues or feature requests.
Graham: if you would make backends for other languages (using http://repl.it to run the code), you could easily sell it to other SO chat rooms. ;-)
Interesting idea :)
ok, got rebol2 up and running as well
do => rebol3 do/2 => rebol2
Forgot about that. Anyway most of mainstream scripting languages have a web-based console available.
And a remote API?
I'm waiting for do/red ...
Most don't have an API, but usually, you can hook to their JS API.
JS API: I mean their server-side API used by JS.
do/red: me too. :)
Easy, easy, spent all week setting up an environment for fixing the exising networking examples on Windows