ambassador at fourthworld.com
Wed Jul 14 22:04:28 CDT 2004
Troy Rollins wrote:
> On Jul 14, 2004, at 10:35 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:
>> To open a stack over the internet, you only need this command:
>> go stack url "http://www.domain.com/mystack.rev"
>> You can't run a standalone over the internet, but you can run stacks,
>> which is what RevNet does.
>> This method does not give you remote control over the operation of the
>> stack, but the user can run the stack just as if it were located on
>> his computer. Is that what you need to do?
> This is something I'm interested in too, but haven't yet tried.
> Doesn't RevNet do a download rather than a "go stack URL"?
> Doesn't it have a little progress bar?
> And if so, does a "go stack URL" support
> some kind of retrieval progress status?
It does now. RevNet's been around for quite a while. Since it was
first released Dave Cragg has made many great enhancements, among them
the ability to get status messages from synchronous transfers (see
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